The Spaniard, who became a member of U . s . from Chelsea for £37.1m in 2014, apparently earns £7m annually.
“I’ve big news and great news approaching most likely in a few days,Inch Mata told BBC Sport. “I really hope everybody is going to be happy.”
Germany and Bayern Munich defender Mats Hummels was initially to complement Mata’s pledge to give 1% of his salary to charitable organization.
“I’m certainly convinced a number of my team-mates can join,” he stated.
US women’s World Cup winners Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan, Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini, former Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry and Stuttgart’s Dennis Aogo have since adopted suit.
Juan Mata is asking Premier League players to participate him inside a pledge to give 1% of the salary to charitable organization.
“I simply need to have further conversations and also have more in depth conversations together to be able to try to show them what we should do.Inch
Six players have to date became a member of the 29-year-old midfielder’s campaign, but no others from England’s top-flight with no British players are included in this.