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Manchester United manager David Moyes watched as Champions League opponent Olympiakos remained unbeaten in 23 games in the Greek league this season, defeating Panionios 2-0 on Wednesday.
With record signing Juan Mata slotting seamlessly into the team and fit-again Robin van Persie back to scoring again, a return to the good times could be just around the corner for Manchester United.
The focus will be on Juan Mata when he makes his Manchester United debut on Tuesday, although a relic from the club's golden past is heading to Old Trafford looking to steal the spotlight from the Spain midfielder.
With Manchester United in danger of missing out on the Champions League next season, Juan Mata's arrival at Old Trafford for a club record fee of 37.1 million pounds ($61.2 million) is certainly an emergency move. But it also marks the first step in the rebuilding process of England's most titled club.
Manchester United smashed the club's transfer record to sign Juan Mata from Chelsea for 37.1 million pounds ($61.2 million) on Saturday, giving the beleaguered English Premier League champions a major lift.
Manchester United's wretched campaign reached a new low on Wednesday after a penalty shootout defeat to Sunderland in a dramatic League Cup semifinal left the beleaguered English champions staring at a season without silverware.
Juan Mata is edging closer to joining Manchester United from Chelsea as the Premier League champions try to strengthen their squad after a lackluster first half of the season.
Trying to explain yet another setback, David Moyes wouldn't take the bait.
Trying to explain yet another setback, a despondent but determined David Moyes wouldn't take the bait.