Jose Mourinho backed to sell Man Utd star to Everton

The odds have slashed on Jose Mourinho to sell Manchester United star Juan Mata to Everton

The Tipster
By The Tipster

Jose Mourinho could be about to flog Juan Mata once again with Everton ready to pounce, according to Ladbrokes.

Having already sold Mata to Manchester United in 2014, it seems lightning will strike twice, with odds of the Spaniard reuniting with his former Valencia boss Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park slashed from 6/1 to just 7/2.

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And he may not be the only man at Old Trafford heading for the Toffees, with Wayne Rooney (16/1) and Marouane Fellaini (20/1) both outsiders for a move back to the Merseyside outfit, while 8/1 says two or more Red Devils head to Everton.

Ladbrokes News’ Dave Burin said: “The Old Trafford faithful may be wondering what the Mata is with their new gaffer, who seems intent on selling the little magician once again.”

“That’s music to the ears of Koeman, with the Toffees boss looking increasingly likely to pull off a sweet transfer coup.”

Odds: Man United players to join Everton in summer transfer window

Juan Mata to join Everton 7/2
Any Everton player to sign for Man United in Summer 2016-17 transfer window 6/1
Two or more Man United players to join Everton this summer 8/1
Wayne Rooney to join Everton 16/1
Marouane Fellaini to join Everton 20/1

United will host Southampton in their next Premier League game at Old Trafford on Friday night.


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