Published: Wed, May 31, 2017
Sport | By Noel Norman

Juan Mata sends message to Man United fans about next season

Juan Mata sends message to Man United fans about next season

That trophy was added to by the Europa League last week, meaning Mourinho's first season in charge ends with two pieces of silverware - more than Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City combined - under his belt as well as sealing a return to the Champions League.

Jose Mourinho's men eventually finished sixth in the table, 24 points behind champions Chelsea.

The France worldwide has scored 60 goals in 111 league matches for Atletico Madrid and would prove a welcome addition to a Red Devils side that found the net fewer times than Bournemouth in last season's Premier League.

"It shows we're capable of anything", the England midfielder told the club's official website.

But he has other ideas: "I am very thankful when I hear that from the fans but, we say in Spain, they are massive words".

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But after winning the EFL Cup, the Europa League and qualifying for the Champions League, Mata, 29, is confident of challenging for the title next season.

"It has been tough at times, especially at home when we have created loads of chances but there has been some goalkeeping heroics or we have made the wrong pass at the key time, but ultimately I think we have had a good season".

"We have high hopes for the next season, but now it's time to take a break, switch off from football and rest until the start of the training sessions in the preseason". That is where the club belongs and we had to earn that right.

"I'll never forget the reactions that we've seen all these days everywhere in the city (union, solidarity, respect, and many more values that make Manchester such a special place), and the ability of football to bring people together, to help, to contribute, beyond rivalries and tensions".

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