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Manchester United star yet to decide Old Trafford future - agent

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Manchester United defender Patrice Evra is yet to make a decision about his future at Old Trafford, despite the fact he has less than three months to run on his contract.

The Daily Star reports how the France international has been heavily linked with a free transfer exit this summer, with Serie 'A' touted as the most likely destination for the full-back.

With Nemanja Vidic having already agreed to join Inter Milan at the end of the season, there have been suggestions that Evra could follow his Red Devils team-mate to the San Siro.

However, according to the 32-year-old's agent, Federico Pastorello, it's still too early for the left-back to think about where he'll be playing in 2014/15.

"Patrice has to decide what to do with his future," he explained. "He is very close to United, but lately things have changed a little.

"Could he come back to Italy? Patrice has always highly regarded Serie A and so, if he were to leave England, it could be a possibility.

"But at the moment it is still too early to talk about next season."

David Moyes is yet to offer Evra an extension to his current Manchester United deal, and having been linked with a number of left-back additions ahead of the summer transfer window it looks likely that the Frenchman's future will be served away from Old Trafford.

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