Juan Mata Says Goodbye To Man United After 8 Years (See What He Wrote)

Juan Mata has paid an emotional farewell to Manchester United via a heartfelt video message on his official Twitter account.
The former Spain international, 38, has left United after joining the club in January 2014.

“Sometimes reality exceeds dreams,” wrote Mata on Twitter.

In an accompanying video on his social media account, he added:

“All good things come to an end. I really feel like an adopted Mancunian.”

Mata, who said he felt “special” and “very loved” during his eight-and-a-half seasons at the club, made 285 appearances and scored 51 goals for United.

He won the Europa League, FA Cup and EFL Cup but, unlike at his former side Chelsea, he failed to win the Champions League. The Premier League crown also evaded him.

Mata, whose contract at Old Trafford expired, joins fellow midfielders Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard out of the exit door as new manager Erik ten Hag begins his rebuild of the club.

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