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La Liga return may still be on the cards for Man United outcast

According to Spanish La Razon, La Liga club Valencia could return to Manchester United Juan Mata before the summer transfer window.

The Crown Prince of Johor's conquest of Valencia could open the door for Spain around the world to return to Mestalla.

The 32-year-old producer is now the club's coach and could leave Old Trafford.

Mata's United challenge was written off at the end of the season. When the club has the option to extend its contract by next year, it remains to be seen if the club will use it.

Valencia wants to capitalize on the strength that Prince Johnson has arrived for, which will help the team make the most important names available in their capital. The Red Dog Man is an option for them.

He made a name for himself at Los Che before leaving for Chelsea back in 2011. Ten years ago, with his professional career entering his twilight years, he returned to Chelsea. The familiar area will be on the card.

Juan is too open for a return but will only do so if the Spaniard can provide him with a permanent position.

Valencia can, however, face the challenge of Galatasaray. The side is on the hunt for a change to Younes Belhanda and can make a move for Mata. A person who walks well, will not be on the apron.

Juan has been a great player for the club since joining them back in 2014. It remains to be seen where Mata will end up for that.

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