Mata’s Farewell

Juan Mata says goodbye to Vissel Kobe after winning the Japanese League in November. It was a title that did not appear in the club’s record and the Asturian footballer’s second trophy in a few months.

Mata makes history with Vissel Kobe

Six months after being Turkish champion with Galatasaray, Juan wins the Japanese League. It is the first time that Vissel has won this title. The Spanish international has won trophies in four countries (Spain, England, Turkey and Japan).

Juan Mata will continue his career at Vissel Kobe

The Asturian footballer arrives at the club where Andrés Iniesta and David Villa have left their mark. Recent Turkish champion with Galatasaray, Juan will play in a team with which he can continue pursuing to win titles.

A proud and happy Juan says goodbye

“I am not sad because it ended, I am happy because it happened.” With this emotional phrase, Juan begins his farewell letter from Galatasaray.

A return full of art

Juan has returned to the city where he shone as a Manchester United player. The reason is his participation in the Manchester International Festival, through a project that combines art and football.

Quality and variety in the trophy room

Juan Mata has won championships in three countries (Spain, England and Turkey). World Cup, European Championship, Champions League and Europa League crown his track record. His successes stand out in comparison with other historic Spanish internationals.

The best possible finale

In the Istanbul derby, Galatasaray soundly beat Fenerbahçe (3-0). Juan Mata’s team, already champion, closed its participation in the Super League. Zaniolo with a brace and Icardi scored the goals.

Mata´s a Super Champion

Galatasaray SK has won the Super League title after a great season. Juan adds another trophy to his countless list of winners and becomes the second Spaniard to win a League with the Istanbul side.

One win away from glory

A 2-0 win over Sivasspor leaves Juan Mata’s Galatasaray one win away from the title. It would be the 23rd Super League for Turkey’s most successful club and the first league title for Juan, who would complete a remarkable record.