Firstly, the club confirmed the fee as being £37.1m, which is unusual considering clubs almost always cite an 'undisclosed' fee, especially for transfers of this size.
Secondly, David Moyes confirmed that Juan Mata is likely to play on Tuesday against Cardiff City, saying "I'd like to get him involved in some way if I can." On that game, Mata said "I'm looking forward to play my first game and score."
Mata also revealed that David de Gea was "important for [him] arriving here", stating "he was texting me asking if I was coming by helicopter or bike" (something that most United fans will sympathise with.
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