Tottenham Hotspur should attempt to sign the Juventus forward this summer.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino quite simply must strengthen his squad this summer, if he is to guide them to their first major trophy since their League Cup triumph way back in 2008.
One particular area where the Argentine will want to address is his attacking department, with more competition required for Harry Kane.
Poch brought Fernando Llorente into the club last summer, but the Spaniard failed to live up to his billing.
The Serie A giants confirmed the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo two days ago, so the Croatian's days in Turin might very well be numbered.
He proved how much he still has to offer at the very highest level, though, last night for Croatia against England in the World Cup semi-final.
And what a superb signing he could be for Tottenham.
The 32-year-old is extensively experienced in playing at the very highest level, having spent time with Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and now Juve.
He has also earned 88 international caps for Croatia.
Mandzukic is a superb finisher when presented with a goalscoring opportunity, and possesses an impressive record of 178 goals scored in 443 career appearances.
The Croatian can also operate as a winger - something that would surely appeal to Poch ahead of what will surely be another long and physically punishing campaign.
Mandzukic would be an exceptional signing for Tottenham, in spite of his age, and his arrival in north London really could take Spurs to another level entirely.