Manchester United target's top 10 goals for Chelsea

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According to multiple reports, Chelsea playmaker Juan Mata is poised to join Premier League champions Manchester United for as much as £40m before the start of next week.

The Spain international is one of European football's best playmakers, which is why the Red Devils are reportedly keen to smash their transfer record in order to bring him to Old Trafford.

Had Jose Mourinho not returned to Stamford Bridge, it's highly unlikely that Mata would be leaving Stamford Bridge.

However, the Portuguese coach has predominantly used him as a substitute this season, and the left-footed wizard is understandably unsettled at the west London outfit as a direct result.

So, if the transfer is completed before January 31, what can Manchester United fans expect to see from their record signing?

Well, thanks to the compilation video - made by rom7000HD - at the top of the page, we can see a collection of his best goals for Chelsea.

A couple of Mata's beauties were scored against his potential new teammate David de Gea, who will no doubt be keen to get his own back on his compatriot when they meet up for the first time in training...

Is the order right? Do you think Mata will join United? Should he stay at Chelsea?

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