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Juan Mata (born 28 April 1988), is a Spanish attacking midfielder playing for Manchester United and the Spainish national team. Having joined from Real Madrid Castilla in 2007, Mata spent four years in Valencia.
He has made 128 appearances and scored 33 goals, becoming a part of the first eleven due to the constant injuries to Vincente, he sent his team to 2008 Copa del Rey final where he also scored the openner in a 3-1 win. Winning the Copa del Rey was then followed by two consecutive third La Liga places, where Mata had a key offensive role in an attractive team.
Mata signed for Chelsea in 2011 for a fee of €28 million, and was part of the team that won the UEFA Champions League and the FA Cup. The following year, Chelsea also won the UEFA Europa League, making Mata and team-mate Fernando Torres the first players to hold the Champions League, Europa League, World Cup, and the European Championship simultaneously.
After a successful spell in Chelsea, Mata moved to Manchester United in January 2014 for a fee of £37.1 million and has since made more than 40 appearances scoring 13 goals.