Ander Herrera dines out with David De Gea, Juan Mata and goalkeeping coach Emilio Alvarez as Manchester United’s Spanish contingent relax ahead of Young Boys visit
- Manchester United’s Spanish contingent unwind as they dined out on Monday
- Ander Herrera, David De Gea and Juan Mata all went for a bite to eat in Hale
- The trio were joined by close friend and goalkeeping coach Emilio Alvarez
- United will face Young Boys in the Champions League at Old Trafford on Tuesday
Ander Herrera, David De Gea and Juan Mata have enjoyed some time out of their footballing schedule to go for a bite to eat along with Manchester United’s goalkeeping coach Emilio Alvarez.
The four Spaniards spent some quality time together after a training session on Monday before they looked ahead to Tuesday’s Champions League clash with Young Boys.
The pressure is on for the Red Devils to perform and get all three points at Old Trafford following their goalless stalemate with Crystal Palace at the weekend.
(L-R) David De Gea, Emilio Alvarez, Ander Herrera and Juan Mata dine out after training
Herrera (right) and his team-mates enjoyed a final training session before Young Boys’ visit
However, the four friends took some time out to unwind at a restaurant in Hale, Greater Manchester.
The Spanish contingent have been known to hang out away from the football pitch and it was no different on Monday evening as the four posed for a picture on Herrera’s Instagram.
The four will also be high spirits should United come away with a win in Europe, which could effectively seal their place in the knockout stages should other results in the group go their way.
Valencia face a tough trip to Turin where they will go head to head with Juventus, with the Italian giants hoping Cristiano Ronaldo can continue his fine goalscoring form.
A win for Juve and three points against Young Boys for United will see both Massimiliano Allegri’s and Mourinho’s men comfortably through with a game to spare.
Manchester United’s Spanish contingent have been known to hang out together off the pitch