Evra: Hazard should join United

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Patrice Evra believes Manchester City and Chelsea target Eden Hazard ought to move to Old Trafford this summer, if he wants to realise the ambition of winning trophies.

Hazard's protracted move to the Premier League has been one of the longest running transfer sagas in recent memory, and the destination of the Lille star still remains unclear.

The 21-year-old has agreed terms with Manchester United, City and Chelsea, according to his agent, and will chose either a move to Old Trafford, Etihad Stadium or Stamford Bridge in the coming days.

Rarely has a player been afforded the chance to hand pick his destination from a number of Europe's top clubs, but that is the opportunity that presents itself to Hazard, and he will surely be the envy of most players across the continent.

Whether he chooses United, City or Chelsea will become clear in the next seven days, while Evra believes there is only one decision Hazard should consider making.

"I’m not his father but, if he comes to Manchester, I assure him that he will win titles," the United defender Evra told Manchester Evening News.

"That’s if he joins my Manchester, not the Blue side."

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