Chelsea midfield ace Juan Mata has demanded talks with new boss Jose Mourinho after it is claimed the Portuguese manager said he will listen to offers for the Spaniard.
Mata, 25, has insisted that he is keen to stay at Stamford Bridge but wants to seek assurances from the new man in charge.
Mata is currently on international duty with Spain at the Confederations Cup in Brazil, however he is
However, according to Goal.com, sources close to Mata in the Spain squad have insisted the midfielder is happy where he is and have refuted suggestions of a fall out.
“Juan loves playing for Chelsea, but nobody likes to hear that the coach might not like them. He is asking himself ‘where have these stories come from?’ The last thing he expected this summer was to be worrying about his future,” said the source.
Mata was voted Chelsea’s player of the season last term, netting 11 league goals in 35 appearances.
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