Juan Mata Extends Man United Contract By One Year

Mata Extends Man United Contract

Juan Mata has reportedly signed a new Manchester United deal for one more season.

According to MEN, Mata has signed a one-year extension after his previous contract expired at midnight on Wednesday.

Mata’s Man United contract expired in midweek but the Spaniard has agreed to stay at the club for one more season.

The 33-year-old only played 18 times last season but spent a significant portion of it at home in Spain as his mother was seriously unwell.

Marta Garcia sadly passed away in March.

The Red Devils signed Mata from Chelsea for a then-club record £37.1million in January 2014 and he started in the 2016 FA Cup final victory, as well as the 2017 League Cup and Europa League final triumphs.

Mata has scored 51 goals in 273 United games.

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Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has bolstered the United attack with the addition of Jadon Sancho and Edinson Cavani has agreed to stay for a second season.

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