Juan Mata rejects a Lucrative offer from Saudi Arabi. Mata has been a good servant to Machester United. The Spaniard joined Man United from Chelsea in 2014, with the Red Devils playing a club record fee of £37.1 million.

For the past six years, Mata has featured 257 times for the club scoring 50 times.

Juan Mata

He’s also helped United to four trophies, including a treble in the 2016/2017 season.

Manchester United midfielder, Juan Mata has reportedly rejected a bumper offer from an unnamed Saudi Arabian side to remain at Old Trafford.

The outlet adds that the Spaniard was initially offered £11 million a year before it was increased to £18million.

Juan Mata has been a good servant to Manchester United.

The Spanish midfielder can no longer run as he used to a decade ago, but his vision and passing range are second to none.

By rejecting the lucrative deal to Saudi Arabia, Mata has shown his loyalty to his club as well  and his want to play football at the highest level

But he has opted to stay on at Olè Gunner Solskjaer’s side, despite not playing regularly.

Now 32, Mata is past his best. He’s no longer a regular starter for the club, having made just 19 Premier League appearances last season.

After all, he has won absolutely everything there to win in Football.

Mata believes the club has progressed in the past few years and is convinced that United will win a trophy this season.

Juan Mata has one year left on his current deal but does have the option to extend that for a further 12 months next summer.

If he accepted, Juan Mata would have become one of the world’s highest-paid players.

However, Mata wasn’t having any of it. He was flattered by the interest shown in him but he wasn’t lured by the money.

Instead, he wanted to stay in manchester and keep competing at the highest level.

Mata rejected both the offers, as he wants to stay at Manchester United and believes the club will win silverware this season.

 

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