Mandzukic feels proud for staying long-term at Juve

Mario Mandzukic has just given happy news to loyal supporters of the Italian Seria A champions, Juventus. In his official statement, the player and Juventus have officially signed a two-year contract extension.

The Croatian player will stay until 2021. Mandzukic feels so proud and honored to be able to gain big trust from Juventus. Came from Atletico Madrid with a transfer value of 19 million Euros, Mandzukic began his career in Serie A since 2015.

So far, Mandzukic’s best achievement is to bring Juventus to three Serie A titles in a row. It is deeper that Mandzukic’s figure is one of the crucial players under the care of Massimiliano Allegri.

Mandzukic’s superiority from other players is not only good at scoring goals, but he is arguably a diligent player because he often helps defense by going down to the bottom line. This 33-year-old player feels he is gaining trust because Juventus are a big team.

“I am pleased to say that I have signed a new contract with Juventus until 2021. It is a great honor to be able to play in this extraordinary club, which cares for players and struggles with my teammates for brilliant supporters!” Said Mandzukic on Juventus official page.

Not forgetting Mandzukic also expressed his deep gratitude to the two important figures in Juventus officials, namely Allegri and the president, Andrea Agnelli. To be able to repay all these benefits, Mandzukic will try to give the best and one of them is the Champions League title.

“I thank Andrea Agnelli and the coaching staff led by Massimiliano Allegri for their respect and trust. There is nothing different, I will reward that trust by giving maximum effort every time I step into the field in the famous Bianconeri uniform. Forza Juve! ”

Last week, Mandzukic was not seen on Juventus’ visit to Cagliari’s home. Even though without Mandzukic’s presence, Juventus won a 2-0 victory. In predictions Allegri deliberately parked Mandzukic as Juventus vs AC Milan will be a difficult match for Allegri this weekend.

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