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Manchester United monitor Raphaël Varane and hand Juan Mata new deal

Deal with Real Madrid would need to reflect financial climateMata signs one-year contract to extent stay that began in 2014Manchester United are monitoring Raphaël Varane with a view to a potential move for the Real Madrid centre-back and have given Ju…

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‘You’re making me blush here’: when Dani Olmo met Juan Mata

Dani Olmo and Juan Mata face off for RB Leipzig and Man Utd in the Champions League but got together to talk over ZoomIn one corner, Dani Olmo. In the other, Juan Mata. On the screen and on the pitch. Tomorrow night, Manchester United meet RB Leipzig i…

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A Premier League Likable XI – and the perfect manager to lead them

Marcus Rashford is a shoo-in and teammates include players fighting racism and one who has cleaned his mosque toiletsEven by the standard, football’s not in a great place, a grubby, grasping mess that reflects our society. To change that we have no cho…

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Trautmann to Van Dijk: Europeans who influenced English football

We select players who have made a significant mark on the English game, including four Dutchmen and a GeorgianFew figures in the history of English football – European or otherwise – lived a more extraordinary life than Trautmann. He was the Nazi soldi…

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Juan Mata agrees three-year deal to stay at Manchester United

• Spaniard’s contract was set to expire on 30 June• Salary similar but length a step up from one-year offerJuan Mata has reached an agreement on a new contract tieing him to Manchester United for the next three years. The deal will run until the Spania…

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Fifteen Canada Women players sign up for Juan Mata’s Common Goal project

• Players have more than 1,200 senior caps between them • This is what our Canadian legacy is all about, says McLeodFifteen players and one member of the coaching staff from the Canada women’s national team have joined Juan Mata’s Common Goal campaign,…

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Football transfer rumours: Juan Mata to sign for Arsenal on a free transfer?

Today’s rumours are giving you a run for your moneyThe Mill is up bright and early, licking its lips ahead of a huge showdown between Arsenal and Manchester United later on. Who will come out on top in the tug-of-war for Juan Mata? To be fair, there’s …

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Manchester United’s Casey Stoney first English manager to join Common Goal

Stoney signs up to pledge one per cent of income to projectManchester United manager welcomed by Juan Mata Manchester United head coach and former England captain Casey Stoney has become the first manager in England to join Juan Mata’s Common Goal proj…

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Juan Mata’s charity brings a club onboard to celebrate its first birthday

FC Nordsjaelland are giving 1% of their matchday revenue to Common Goal – and that’s not all of their charitable workBy Richard Foster, author of The Agony and the EcstasyA year has passed since Juan Mata launched Common Goal, which asks its members to…

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Football transfer rumours: Juan Mata out, Willian in at Manchester United?

Today’s tell-all didn’t get where it is today without knowing a favourable report when it reads oneJuan Mata may be one of the nicest men in football but his fabled geniality and generosity will not be enough to secure his future at Manchester United. …

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Football transfer rumours: Juan Mata out, Willian in at Manchester United?

Today’s tell-all didn’t get where it is today without knowing a favourable report when it reads oneJuan Mata may be one of the nicest men in football but his fabled geniality and generosity will not be enough to secure his future at Manchester United. …

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight• Follow Guardian sport on Instagram for more great photographyThe Dozen archive Continue reading…

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight• Follow Guardian sport on Instagram for more great photographyThe Dozen archive Continue reading…

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Our trip to Davos gave us proof of football’s power to change the world

Juan Mata and Jürgen Griesbeck attended the World Economic Forum to spread the message of how Common Goal can help global developmentWe came to Davos for three reasons. The first was to align our project, Common Goal, behind the United Nations’ sustain…

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Mata may be a very good boy, but does he pay his taxes? | Brief letters

Freemasons in the police | Footballer of the Year | Drunk tanks | Storm DylanUrgent action is needed if the national spokesman for the Freemasons says they are a parallel organisation who “fit into” the police (Freemasons are blocking reform, says poli…

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The Guardian footballer of the year 2017: Juan Mata

Manchester United midfielder’s Common Goal project, in which players and managers donate 1% of their salary to charity, makes him a worthy recipientThe Guardian Footballer of the Year is an award given to a player who has done something truly remarkabl…

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Football transfer rumours: Manchester United to swap Juan Mata for João Mário?

Today’s fluff puts too fine a point on itManchester United want to tempt João Mário away from Internazionale and are so keen on the Portuguese midfielder that they will offer his Italian employers Juan Mata in exchange. According to the Corriere dello …

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Mawson and Daniels become first British players to join Mata’s charity project

• Swansea’s Alfie Mawson and Bournemouth’s Charlie Daniels join scheme• They pledge percentage of salary to charity under Common Goal initiativeAlfie Mawson and Charlie Daniels have become the first British footballers to sign up to Juan Mata’s Common …

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Juan Mata: ‘People underestimate football. It gives hope to so many people’

The Manchester United and Spain player talks about his Common Goal project, which wants to see 1% of football’s entire industry donated to charity, his relationship with José Mourinho and the death of his grandfatherNinety minutes with Juan Mata is a t…

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Manchester United injuries are chance to trust others, says José Mourinho

• ‘We never miss the players who are injured; it’s a moment for others to step in’
• Juan Mata lauds side’s greater efficiency and Romelu Lukaku’s contribution

José Mourinho said he has complete trust in all of his Manchester United players after his side crushed Crystal Palace 4-0 for a fifth consecutive victory without the injured Paul Pogba.

The Frenchman sustained a hamstring problem in the 3-0 win over Basel in a Champions League group game on 12 September. Since then United have beaten Everton 4-0, Burton Albion 4-1, Southampton 1-0 and CSKA Moscow 4-1 before the victory over Roy Hodgson’s bottom-placed side.

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