Manchester United full-back Patrice Evra looks set to depart the club in the summer, reports The Manchester Evening News.
Recent reports suggested that the Red Devils' full-back had triggered an extension clause in his current deal with David Moyes' side, however it now appears that he's set to return to France in the summer.
With Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint Germain and Monaco reportedly interested in his services, Evra could finally end his eight year stint with the Premier League champions.
Despite still being Manchester United's No.1 left-back, Evra has had a tricky time under David Moyes this season as the Red Devils have struggled for form.
Manchester United boss David Moyes has also made no secret that he's looking to bring a new left-back to the club and Evra now looks set to follow Nemanja Vidic out of the Old Trafford exit door.
Evra's immediate focus will turn to helping Manchester United improve on their current position in the Premier League. Moyes' side currently sit in seventh place in the division, 11 points behind rivals Liverpool who occupy fourth spot.