Juan Mata: It’s been a ‘complicated’ season for Man United
Juan Mata admits that it has been a "complicated" season for Manchester United
Juan Mata admits that it has been a “complicated” season for Manchester United.
The Red Devils were beaten 1-0 by Sunderland on Saturday in Ryan Gigg’s second game in charge since taking over from David Moyes last month.
United have struggled to find consistent form and have missed out on qualification for next season’s Champions League.
I’m feeling good and I do want to keep scoring and assisting as I was able to do in April
And Mata, who moved to Old Trafford from Chelsea back in January, admits that it has been a frustrating campaign.
“We will have to play one more game to finish the Premiership, the next weekend at Southampton,” Mata wrote on his blog.
“Then it will be time to analyse what has been a complicated season for the club, although I’m sure the future will bring again titles and happiness to our fans, because that is what they deserve.
“To be honest, from a personal point of view I feel this season will be too short for me.
“I’m feeling good and I do want to keep scoring and assisting as I was able to do in April. There are just two games remaining but I will try to make the most of them.”