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The Blues are willing to listen to offers from abroad for the Spain international, who is concerned about missing out
The Spanish star started and scored in Tuesdayâs Capital One Cup win against Arsenal but is unhappy under Jose Mourinho having again been left out of the starting line-up for key matches including last Sundayâs home win over Manchester City.
Mata is fearful for his place in the Spain squad for next summerâs World Cup in Brazil - and he is ready to quit Stamford Bridge in the winter as he goes in search of regular first-team football.
Chelsea are willing to listen to offers for the 25-year-old but will refuse to sell him to a Premier League rival, ruling out a transfer to Manchester United or Tottenham, who both tried to sign the former Valencia man over the summer.
Mata is happy in London and has publicly vowed to fight for his place and declared himself "happy" at Stamford Bridge. Behind the scenes, however, he is strongly considering his future, especially with no sign of a new deal to improve on his â¬82,000-a-week contract which runs until 2016.
âI am happy at Chelsea. I have always felt the support of the fans - in every game, on the street - I have felt the love from them. I try to play for them, score for them and make them happy. We have great support," he told Talksport on Wednesday.
âI want to play as much as I can, but if you want to win titles you need 24-25 players ready to play. Anyone can play any game."