The transfer of Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic to Premier League club Manchester United is signed and sealed according to ESPN pundit Steve Nicol.
The former Liverpool defender said that Manchester United will sign the retired Croatian international attacker when the transfer window reopens in the New Year as they try to boost their playing squad on the back of a poor start to the new campaign.
Recent reports claimed that Manchester United have agreed on weekly salary with Mario Mandzukic ahead of a move in January and that it remains for the two clubs involved to agree on a transfer fee.
It was revealed that the only thing left for the deal is the transfer fee agreement between Manchester United and Juventus.
Mario Mandzukic has a lot of competition as an attacker at Juventus and a move to the Premier League with Manchester United could be what he needs at the latter stage of his football career.
Manchester United are in need of reinforcements on the attacking front after a poor return in front of goal after eight Premier League games.
The Red Devils have scored just nine goals in eight Premier League matches this term with five of those goals coming in the first week.