Sport Mata gives Mumbai kids Utd tour

12:51  13 october  2017
12:51  13 october  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

United set to offer Mata a new deal

  United set to offer Mata a new deal Manchester United are ready to offer Juan Mata a new contract with the club. According to The Mirror, United are keen to tie Mata down for another season, by activating a clause in his contract. Mata’s current deal runs out at the end of the season, which would have allowed him to leave on a free transfer. However, United have an option to extend it by another season, which the report claims they are willing to do. Ander Herrera will also be out of contract and is in a similar position to Mata. The report claims that United are set to offer Herrera a long-term deal, though, rather than just trigger his one-year extension. The report claims that Mata has turned down a mega-money move to China in order to prolong his stay with the Red Devils. An unnamed Chinese side was said to be willing to heavily improve his current wage, but Mata prefers to be playing in the Premier League.

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  Mata gives Mumbai kids Utd tour © Provided by Sky Sports

Juan Mata gave a guided tour of Old Trafford to a group of youngsters from Mumbai as part of his work with the Oscar Foundation.

The Manchester United midfielder visited the slums of Mumbai last year and made the decision to invited several of the children he met on that trip to be given a tour of the club.

Mata: There is no game like this (Sky Sports)

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Mata showed the group around the stadium and introduced them to Ander Herrera and Morgan Schneiderlin and took several pictures in the home dressing room.

Mata settled in Manchester

  Mata settled in Manchester Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata has spoken of his love for the club and city of Manchester. The Spaniard is out of contract at the end of the season, with United set to offer him a new deal. Mata’s current deal runs out at the end of the season, which would have allowed him to leave on a free transfer. However, United have an option to extend it by another season, with reports claiming they are willing to do so. Ander Herrera will also be out of contract and is in a similar position to Mata. United are set to offer Herrera a long-term deal, though, rather than just trigger his one-year extension. Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, Mata said this: “I am happy here, I’m happy in Manchester.” “I’ve been here almost four years, and I love the people here. The city is very nice, and has a lot of things to do. My dad opened a Spanish restaurant!” “I am settled in Manchester. I am happy here. So as long as this moment continues I am happy to stay here.” Mata has turned down a mega-money move to China in order to prolong his stay with the Red Devils. An unnamed Chinese side was said to be willing to heavily improve his current wage, but Mata prefers to be playing in the Premier League.

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  Mata gives Mumbai kids Utd tour © Provided by Sky Sports

The 29-year-old presented an exhibition that featured a number of photographs that were taken of the footballer and the children while in India.

While in Mumbai he participated in a football and life skills session and helped to support an education class.

He was also joined by his partner Evelina Kampf as he took part in the Football3 Festival.

  Mata gives Mumbai kids Utd tour © Provided by Sky Sports

"The two days spent with OSCAR, seeing what you do for your community, has been an experience I will never forget," Mata said.

"You are helping so many children; they are learning a lot and becoming better people. The warm welcome we got from them was priceless.

"It is my first time to India but I don't think it's going to be my last because I have really enjoyed it!"

Mata: There is no game like this .
Juan Mata insists there is no game in football like Manchester United against Liverpool ahead of their meeting on Saturday.Juan Mata insists there is no game in football like Manchester United against Liverpool ahead of their meeting on Sky Sports on Saturday.

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