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05/01/2017 - 12:50 BST

Manchester United Unlikely To Chase Former Red Devil’s Signature In January


Manchester United are unlikely to agree a deal with Juventus to sign Patrice Evra during the January transfer window.

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand recently fuelled speculation on social media that the Frenchman is set to return to Old Trafford during the winter window.

And the rumours have been in overdrive over the last couple of days, with claims that Evra is keen to return to Manchester United and end his career at the club where he won multiple Premier League titles and the Champions League.

However, according to the BBC, Manchester United are unlikely to pursue the signature of their former defender and Jose Mourinho is happy with his options in defence.


With Luke Shaw, Matteo Darmian, Daley Blind and Marcos Rojo as left-back options, the Manchester United manager is not interested in signing another full-back in January.  

Evra, 35, won five Premier League titles and a Champions League with Manchester United and joined Juventus in the summer of 2014, where he has won two Serie A titles.

He has lost his place in the starting eleven and has been sparingly used by Juventus boss Massimilano Allegri this season.

The Frenchman has remained a cult figure amongst the Old Trafford faithful.