Patrice Evra has hinted at a possible Manchester United exit at the end of the season when his contract runs out, which would put an end to his seven year spell with the Red Devils.
Evra who has won five league titles and a UEFA Champions League title with United looks set to leave the club after United's embarrassing transfer saga which saw United attempt to buy Leighton Baines and Fabio Coentrao who are both left-backs, but failing in both of the pursuits which led to both of the players ending up staying at their clubs.
The failed attempts will have unsettled Evra showing that Moyes doesn't see him as a first choice player at the club any more.
Reports suggest French giants Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are looking to add Evra to their ranks and the 32-year-old may be keen on moving back to France.
This may force United to step up in the January transfer window to find a replacement before his contract runs out in the summer, or United will be forced to use the younger options like Alex Buttner or Fabio.
Evra has stated what lies within his future but one thing is almost certain is that it's highly unlikely that he will put on the red shirt of United beyond this season.
Asked by Telefoot in France if he is concerned about his expiring contract at United, he said: "No, not at all.
"It is a personal thing. It is not that Manchester United do not want me to sign a new contract.
"Manchester United would like me to finish my career there, but this is something personal."
This will give United boss Moyes a lot to think about over the next two months or so, which will add to the pressure that he is already facing through having a poor start to this year's campaign.
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