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Patrice Evra Set to Leave Manchester United When Contract Ends in June: Daily Soccer Report

patrice evra Patrice Evra Set to Leave Manchester United When Contract Ends in June: Daily Soccer Report

Patrice Evra may leave Manchester United this summer when his contract expires, with the French defender contemplating a move to Monaco instead of staying at Old Trafford.

Evra, who will be 33 in May, is arguably past his prime as a defender and hasn’t been at the top of his form in the past two seasons for Manchester United. However, the decision rests with Evra whether he would like to stay at United or not. At the same time, it’s reported that Moyes plans on trying to find a left back to strengthen the position in defense, so Evra’s days are numbered.

Should Evra stay or should he go? Have your say in the comments section below.

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