Manchester United star Juan Mata has refused to rule out a potential return to the La Liga.
The 28-year-old Spaniard will have only one year left to run on his contract at the end of this season.
It is a medal haul no doubt to make your eyes water. Juan Mata has won the World Cup, the European Championship, the Champions League, the Europa League, two FA Cups and a Copa del Rey.
But unfortunately six seasons have gone past in England, still the Premier League title is a dream for Mata.
Although he has won back the trust of Jose Mourinho, Mata is already contemplating life after Old Trafford. And interestingly he hasn’t ruled out the idea of moving back to La Liga where he made his name at Valencia.
“I’ve been asked before, and I don’t know. I’ve been here six years, and I am happy in England.
“But I love Spain still and always follow La Liga from here. I would like to play again back at home.”
The Spanish playmaker was rumoured to be on the departure list last summer when Jose Mourinho took charge, but since then Mata has managed to silence the doubters and emerged as a regular starter under the Portuguese boss this season.
Mata has played 30 matches this season, scoring an impressive eight times, as his overall goal tally at Old Trafford reading 34 in 134 appearances since his arrival at in a £37.5m deal from Chelsea in January 2014.