The common Spaniard is out of contract in the summer having joined the Red Devils in 2014 from Chelsea
Juan Mata is ready to leave Manchester United for free in the summer and join Arsenal, in accordance to talkSPORT host Adrian Durham.
The Spaniard is out of contract in the summer, having been at Old Trafford since 2014 after a transfer from Chelsea.
Despite scoring the equaliser in United’s 2-1 win over Juventus, the diminutive playmaker has failed to maintain to a common beginning berth underneath Jose Mourinho.
And now, in accordance to Drivetime host Durham, the World Cup and European Championship winner will leave for the Emirates in the summer.
Presenting the present alongside Jason Cundy, Durham mentioned: “I although we have been going to do a Juan Mata love-in proper.
“I although we have been doing an appreciation hour for Juan Mata. After I mentioned this, simply a couple of minutes in the past, simply had a message going; ‘He’s going to Arsenal on a free’.
“We can’t do that anymore, if he’s going to Arsenal. We all love him now, however who’s going to love him when he goes to Arsenal?
He’s going to be going to Arsenal on a free! He was with [Unai] Emery on a free wasn’t he, so he’s going to Arsenal on a free as a result of he’s out of contract in the summer.”
Mata did certainly play for Gunners boss Emery throughout his time as Valencia boss, earlier than shifting to the Blues in 2012.
Having established himself as considered one of the most inventive Premier League gamers, former United boss David Moyes swooped in January 2014 to take him up the M1 to Old Trafford.
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When requested by Cundy how he knew this info and whether or not or not he could possibly be trusted, Durham was as bullish and defiant as ever.
“This is breaking news, Juan Mata is going to Arsenal,” he continued.
“This is what I’ve heard, it isn’t official. My sources shut to the membership have mentioned he’s going to Arsenal on a free.
By the approach, when it occurs, you may all ring up and say ‘We doubted you however, as ever, you have been proper’”