Croatian striker, Mario Mandzukic has signed a new contract at Juventus that will keep him with the Serie A champions until 2021.
The 32-year-old who has scored 43 goals in 159 appearances in all competitions since joining the club from Atlético Madrid in 2015, signed the deal this afternoon in Turin.
Mandzukic who teams up with Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala to form a deadly attacking trio for Juventus is the club’s second-leading scorer in Serie A behind Ronaldo, recording eight goals and six assists in 23 appearances so far this season.
The Croatian has won three Serie A titles and as many Coppas Italia since his move from Atleti, although has only scored once since December 12 in all competitions for the club.
Before his single-season stay in La Liga, Mandzukic was part of the Bayern Munich team that completed a Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and Champions League treble in the 2012-13 campaign.
Juve can win the title as early as Sunday, should they pick up all three points against AC Milan and Napoli lose to Genoa.
Allegri’s side are a massive 18 points out in front in Serie A, losing just once in the league all season against Genoa in a game that saw them take the opportunity to rest Ronaldo.