The Croatian striker announced on his social media accounts that his contract had been rescinded by mutual consent.
Al-Duhail also confirmed the news with an official statement, which read:
“The club’s management has reached an agreement with the Croatian professional Mario Mandzukic to end the contract with him by mutual consent after the period he spent with the team.
“The club’s management thanked the player on the period he was with the first team, wishing him success in his upcoming professional career.”
I reached an agreement with @duhailsc management to terminate my contract by mutual consent. I appreciate the trust and hospitality that I have received in Qatar and I wish the best to the club and the team in the future. #mm17🌪 pic.twitter.com/DrJ2yBxp7V
— Mario Mandžukić MM17 (@MarioMandzukic9) July 5, 2020
Mandzukic, 34, joined Al-Duhail from Juventus in January and scored one goal in his seven appearances for them.
English Premier League sides have also been linked with Mandzukic in the recent past.
He was also part of the Croatia team which finished runner-up in the 2018 World Cup.