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Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata renews Real Oviedo membership

Real Oviedo have thanked Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata for his loyalty after their former youth player renewed his club membership for the 2018-19 campaign.

The Spanish Segunda Division side posted a photo on Twitter of Mata holding his membership card after the club reached 10,000 affiliates for the new season.

A Spain international, Mata has always declared his love for Oviedo, the club he joined at the age of 10 and where he spent five seasons before stepping up to Real Madrid's youth...

Arsenal's Santi Cazorla trains with former club Real Oviedo

Santi Cazorla

Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla trained at Real Oviedo's facilities on Monday as he continues his recovery from a severe Achilles injury that has kept him sidelined for more than 18 months.

The 33-year-old, whose contract with Arsenal expires this summer, said in January, shortly after undergoing his 10th surgery for the right ankle problem, that he was aiming to return to action in 2019.

Real Oviedo, where Cazorla started his playing career, tweeted a photograph of the former Spain international...

Former Man City target McDonald Mariga could have been a success in England, says brother Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama believes his brother McDonald Mariga could have been a big hit in English football if he'd secured a move to the Premier League earlier in his career.

Despite winning the Champions League in 2010 with Internazionale, 30-year-old Mariga has failed to realise his potential, struggling with a series of debilitating injuries and never again reaching the heights he achieved in Lombardy.

Once upon a time he appeared primed to move to the Premier League, with both Manchester City in January...

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Ankle injury forces former Swansea City striker Michu into retirement

Michu enjoyed the best spell of his career with Swansea City.

Former Swansea and Napoli striker Michu has been forced to quit football at the age of 31.

The once-capped Spain international has suffered from a persistent ankle problem which limited him to only 12 starts for Real Oviedo in Spain's Segunda Division last season.

"According to medical reports, the current situation of my right ankle has come to a point where it has forced me to say goodbye as a professional football player today," Michu said in a statement on his Twitter account.

"Even though I...

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Former Swansea City star Michu forced into retirement at 31

Ankle injuries have forced former Swansea City midfielder Michu to retire at age 31.

Michu was Swansea's top scorer in the 2012-13, striking for 22 Premier League goals after moving from Rayo Vallecano for just £2 million.

But the injuries derailed his career and within two years he exited Swansea and was left to play in the fourth tier in Spain.

He played last season with Real Oviedo in the second division but scored just once in 27 games.

Michu's stellar seaon at Swansea saw the club finish...