Juventus ace Patrice Evra sent a message to Manchester United fans last night as he declared that he missed them.
The 34-year-old, who departed Old Trafford in the summer of 2014, enjoyed a remarkable stint in Manchester, winning numerous trophies under the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson.
During his eight-year spell at the club, the defender became a fans' favourite at the Theatre of Dreams, but went on to complete a move to Turin when Louis van Gaal replaced David Moyes as United boss.
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However, Evra clearly hasn't forgotten the Red Devils faithful as he spoke to journalist Andy Mitten in Reggio.
In a message to United fans, the France international stated: "I miss you, I really do."
One thing is for sure, the United supporters won't be too happy right now. The Red Devils crashed out of the Capital One Cup last night as they were beaten on penalties at the hands of Middlesbrough.
In truth, Van Gaal's side were poor throughout and failed to really take the game to the Championship outfit.
Despite starting with a number of exciting attacking stars, including James Wilson, Memphis Depay and Andreas Pereira, the Red Devils were lackluster on a dismal evening.
With a tricky Premier League clash against Crystal Palace now on the horizon, Van Gaal's side will be desperate to bounce back in style. After three straight games in all competitions without a win, United must be at their best on Saturday.
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