The Manchester United midfielder has reacted to the stories of match-fixing.
The Spaniard played for Real Zaragoza against Levante in a clash in the 2010/11 season that is currently the subject of an investigation from Spain’s anti-corruption prosecutor.
Herrera moved to Manchester United in the summer from Athletic Bilbao in a £27m move, but it is a match during his time with previous club Real Zaragoza that has made all the news in Spain.
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Herrera has taken to his Facebook page to issue the following statement.
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