In January's transfer market session, AC Milan signed Mario Mandzukic as a free agent in order to help improve the attack of Stefano Pioli's squad.
But, unfortunately for the Rossoneri, the Croatian attacker did not reach the expectations as he suffered too many injuries. He is yet to score his first goal for the team with the last league fixture is set to be played on Sunday.
The former Juventus player was expected to fulfill the role of deputy Zlatan Ibrahimovic given his character, skill, and sense to find the goal. He signed a six-month contract. However, it is clear that there is no satisfaction over the player's performance.
La Gazzetta dello Sport takes stock of this matter and writes the following words: "Mandzukic will be hunting for his first goal for Milan to find the happy ending."
Mandzukic, 34, will try to finish as a protagonist: he can give more weight in the area. Then it will be "almost certain to say goodbye to the Rossoneri".
The newspaper claims that "Mario Mandzukic finding more space during the match in progress is a possibility".