Manchester United's Spanish striker, Juan Mata, has been passing out presents at Waterhead Academy in Oldham to celebrate Three Kings Day - a tradition from his homeland.
It celebrates the Bible story of the three wise men bringing gifts to the infant Jesus.
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Manchester United fans may want to put December behind them but it seems the players still have a little festive spirit left.
Juan Mata has today been surprising children with presents at Kingfisher Community Special School in Oldham.
It's part of a Spanish tradition he's brought from his homeland.
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he has no fear over the impact Juan Mata could have on rivals Manchester United. The Spanish playmaker is moving from Stamford Bridge to Old Trafford for around £37million.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says United's signing of Juan Mata from Chelsea at this stage of the campaign sets a dangerous precedent. He also insists that City, despite a hectic run-in, will not run out of steam.