Mata spent four years with the La Liga side before making the move to the Premier League to join Chelsea in 2011 and they are keen to have him back, according to The Sun.The report claims there is still a strong connection between the two parties and the La Liga side want the 30 year old back, but only if he is available on a free transfer.Mata’s deal is up next summer and, while there have reportedly been initial discussions over an extension, the report claims he is likely to leave unless something drastically changes.The report adds Mata still has a very strong emotional attachment with the Spanish side so could decide to move back there next summer when his contract at United is up.Fred reveals why he chose Manchester United transfer over Man CityIn other news, Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon has been talking about interest from ‘Champions League clubs’.The 18 year old has been linked with a move to United a number of times over the year but insists he is happy with the Premier League new boys.”You always see little bits and bobs when teams are linked with you, but I was always staying focused on playing for Fulham,” Sessegnon replied.”That’s my main focus just getting my head down and playing for Fulham. Of course as a young player, when you get linked to these clubs playing Champions League football, it’s always flattering.”Get all the latest Manchester United news first with our new app. Download it here now.Manchester United Transfer NewsManchester United transfer news RECAP Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba latestMan Utd prepare for the next Premier League fixtures as Paul Pogba continues to be linked with a move to Barcelona.Manchester United Transfer NewsZinedine Zidane ‘wants to replace Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager’A round up of the latest Man Utd transfer rumours as former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is linked with a move to Old Trafford.Manchester United Transfer NewsWill Vint leaves Manchester United after cruel visa blowMan Utd youngster Will Wint has left the club after the American was denied the visa to allow him to play football.Transfer NewsFred reveals why he chose Manchester United transfer over Man CityMan Utd midfielder Fred has been talking about why he decided to join the club back in June over Premier League rivals Manchester City..
But wait a sec, remember how gross that water was by the time it went down the drain? So, how do they make it clean enough to use? Here’s the answer. It’s a wetland and besides being a pretty looking place for birds to hang out, it’s an all natural water treatment plant. The reeds remove nutrients from the water, mud takes out some pollution and the sun’s rays destroy bacteria..