- Juan Mata has reportedly agreed a two-year deal with Barcelona
- The former Chelsea star has been locked in talks with Barcelona chiefs in recent times
- Mata is expected to earn of £82,000-a-week as he arrives Camp Nou on a free transfer
Juan Mata’s stay at Man United appears to be over amid reports that the Spaniard will be moving to La Liga champions Barcelona this summer.
According to UK Sun report, Mata's present contract at United expires this summer, but eggheads of the Old Trafford dwellers and are yet to agree an extension with the midfielder.
At the last count, club boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rate the 31-year-old high both on and off the pitch ahead of next season’s campaign.
However, the former Chelsea star has reportedly snubbed moves to pen a new contact at United, with latest reports from Spain claiming he is heading to the exit doors.
Spanish news channel, Sport, suggests that Mata has been holding series of talks with Barcelona chiefs in recent time.
And now both parties have agreed a deal that will see Mata spend the next two years at the Nou Camp with the option of an additional year.
Barcelona chiefs have been eager to land a player that will fit into their football philosophy and they believe Mata suit the bill.
The Spanish midfielder’s salary at £82,000-a-week is not much for the Catalan side as Mata arrives as a free transfer.
Already, the deal has been agreed in principle between Barca and Mata, but no announcement will be made until the end of the campaign.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Barcelona send get well message to Liverpool after Klopp confirms Salah will miss Champions League semi-final second leg with concussion
Barcelona have showed high sense of gamesmanship by penning a classy message to Liverpool after Mohamed Salah was ruled out of their UCL reverse tie at Anfield.
According to the Daily Mail, Salah will miss the encounter after failing to recover from a concussion after a head injury in Liverpool's win 3-2 over Newcastle on Saturday evening and must miss tonight’s game as the Reds’ attempt to bounce back from a three-goal deficit from the first leg against Barcelona.
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