Spanish Manchester United legend Juan Mata (35) is looking for a new nest.
After his contract with Manchester United expired last year,메이저사이트 Mata spent a season at Turkiye side Galatasaray. He was released as a free agent (FA) last month. As Mata left Galatasaray, he said goodbye with a moving message: “I’m not sad because it’s over, I’m happy it happened.”
On the 24th (Korean time), Britain’s ‘The Sun’ highlighted Mata, who is looking for a new team. Mata started his full-fledged professional career at Valencia after playing for Real Madrid. He played four seasons at Valencia, scoring 46 goals and 52 assists in 174 games.
He was an honor in the Spanish national team. At the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, he helped Spain win their first ever World Cup victory. He was on top again at Euro 2012. He scored a key goal in the third minute after coming on as a substitute in the final match against Italy. His A match record was 41 appearances, scoring 10 goals.
Mata finally entered the English Premier League (EPL) in the summer of 2011. He made his home in Chelsea. At Chelsea, he lifted the championship trophy of three competitions, including the European Champions League (UCL), Europa League and FA Cup.
Although pushed to the bench after manager Jose Mourinho took over, Mata scored 33 goals and provided 57 assists in 135 appearances over two and a half seasons at Chelsea. In the arms of Manchester United in January 2014, he proved his worth by scoring six goals in 15 appearances in the second half of the season.
Mata spent eight more seasons at Manchester United, changing positions from center to wing. He added the Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup trophies.
He left Manchester United last summer after scoring 51 goals and assisting 47 in 285 appearances. Galatasaray signed Mata without a transfer fee. Mata scored 3 goals and 1 assist despite most of his appearances as a substitute, and helped win the Galatasaray Super League for the first time in 4 years.
According to ‘The Sun’, Mata has earned a whopping 76 million pounds (approximately 127 billion won) during his 15-year professional career. But time doesn’t matter.
Marta still thinks there is no retirement. However, he has yet to find his next destination. The deadline for his summer transfer window is fast approaching.