Juan Mata

Filters

Price

Minimum value
Maximum value

Signed by

Product type(s)

Presentation type

MATCH USED Official UEFA Europa League Framed Goal Net: 2021 UEL Final
MATCH USED Official UEFA Europa League Framed Goal Net: 2021 UEL Final
£124.99
UNSIGNED Spain Official FIFA World Cup Framed Photo: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Winners
UNSIGNED Spain Official FIFA World Cup Framed Photo: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ Winners
£99.99
OUT OF STOCK
Official UEFA EURO 2020 3D Mini Replica Trophy On Pedestal
Official UEFA EURO 2020 3D Mini Replica Trophy On Pedestal
£74.99
OUT OF STOCK
Official UEFA EURO 2020 3D Mini Replica Trophy
Official UEFA EURO 2020 3D Mini Replica Trophy
£124.99
OUT OF STOCK
Juan Mata Signed Adidas Samba Predator Boot In Bubble Frame: Option 1
Juan Mata Signed Adidas Samba Predator Boot In Bubble Frame: Option 1
£349.99
OUT OF STOCK
Juan Mata Front Signed Chelsea 2012-13 Home Shirt
Juan Mata Front Signed Chelsea 2012-13 Home Shirt
£149.99
OUT OF STOCK
Juan Mata Back Signed Manchester United 2013-14 Home Shirt In Classic Frame
Juan Mata Back Signed Manchester United 2013-14 Home Shirt In Classic Frame
£299.99
OUT OF STOCK
Juan Mata Back Signed and Framed Manchester United 2013-14 Home Shirt
Juan Mata Back Signed and Framed Manchester United 2013-14 Home Shirt
£299.99 £399.99
OUT OF STOCK
Official Emirates FA Cup Mini 3D Replica Trophy On Pedestal
Official Emirates FA Cup Mini 3D Replica Trophy On Pedestal
£34.99
OUT OF STOCK
Official Emirates FA Cup Mini 3D Replica Trophy
Official Emirates FA Cup Mini 3D Replica Trophy
£74.99

Currently showing of items

Juan Mata

One of the most likeable, intelligent and accomplished players in the game, Juan Mata has been an integral presence wherever he has been during his career. Starting at Real Ovideo and then cutting his teeth at Valencia, Mata arrived at Chelsea in 2011 a refined and visionary midfielder with all the grace you would come to expect of a FIFA World Cup-winning Spanish playmaker. Winning the UEFA Champions League and FA Cup during his first season in London, Mata was named Chelsea's Player of the Year twice in a row as his flourished at Stamford Bridge. Glory at UEFA EURO 2012 followed before a £37million move to Old Trafford in 2014, where he continues to win the adoration not just of Manchester United fans but football fans of all persuasions.