English Premiership

Mata leaks transfer news

2015-02-02 11:51
Juan Mata (AFP)
Cape Town - Anderson is set to end his stay in England and return to Brazil according to teammate Juan Mata's latest blog post.

Spanish midfielder Juan Mata has broken the news that Anderson is set to move to Brazil.

Mata's weekly blog ended with the revelation, that most transfer gossip "experts" had predicted, Anderson is leaving:

"Also, I want to wish good luck to my friend Anderson, who is back to football in his native Brazil. All the best, my friend!" Mata wrote on his blog,juanmata8.com.

Anderson, who joined Manchester United in 2007 from Porto, will join Internacional before the close of business on Monday.

Mata also weighed in on Bayern Munich's misfortune at the weekend, the Red Devils win over Leicester and the FA Cup replay against Cambridge United on Tuesday.

Mata wrote: "A very cold Sunday has been the end to a week that leaves a good win at home, but there is no time for celebrations as this very Tuesday we have the FA Cup replay against Cambridge. We want to make it to the next round and we are absolutely focused on that because, as I said before, the team is very excited about this competition.


Against Leicester we were able to take our good chances in the first half, and that allowed us to have a quiet game and to enjoy it more than other weeks. We don’t want to relax though. Every game is complicated: see what happened to Bayern after the Bundesliga break."

 

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