Manchester United star becomes surprise Serie A target

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Manchester United star Patrice Evra was watched by Inter Milan during last night's 0-0 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates, with Corriere dello Sport reporting that the Serie A giants want to the French international to continue his defensive partnership with Nemanja Vidic at the San Siro next season.

Evra's future with United remains very much undecided, with the French international's contract at Old Trafford expiring at the close of the campaign and no offer of fresh terms on offer at this stage.

The 32-year-old remains a first-team regular at Old Trafford and is now firmly on the radar of Inter, who are already attempting to secure the signing of United captain Nemanja Vidic following his admission that he will find a new club on a free transfer this summer.

Corriere dello Sport reported this morning that new Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio was at the Emirates last night to watch both Vidic and Evra, with a view to securing the marquee pair on bosman's deals for next season.

Inter are a club in transition under new wealthy owners and are expected to be highly active in the transfer market this summer, with Ausillo charged with brining quality players like Evra and Vidic to the club in a bid to become a force in European football once again.

United manager Moyes is already resigned to losing Vidic this summer but faces a tough decision over Evra's future, as the Red Devils gear up for a shake-up during the close season.

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