Manchester United are reportedly looking forward to reaching an agreement with their star midfielder Bruno Fernandes on a new contract. The red devils are reported to be keen in rewarding the Portuguese sensation with a payrise as a thank you for his great impact to the squad.
As Manchester United fans await the contract extension of by Bruno Fernandes,the red devils fans now have a reason to smile. This is after news emerged that Spanish playmaker Juan Mata has signed a new contract. Juan Mata saw his contract with the red devils expire in the last two days.
Most fans were worried that the player could on his way out of the club. However, confirmed news from Old Trafford suggest that the player will stay at the club for one more year. It is reported that Manchester United view the as a future board member and want to keep him at Old Trafford as long as they can.
Other than his amazing capabilities in the field,Juan Mata has a lot of experience which is an asset in Solskjaer's rebuild project. Together with the likes of Nemanja Matic and David Degea Mata is expected to mentor young talents in the club.
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