Manchester United ace contemplating Serie A move

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Manchester United full-back Patrice Evra is considering a move back to where he began his professional career.

Evra spent his entire youth career in France before sealing a move to Italian minnows Marsala and then Serie B outfit Monza.

The 32-year-old then returned to France where he played for Nice and Monaco.

Evra moved to Manchester United in 2006 on the back of a number of superb displays for Monaco in Europe and Ligue 1.

The Frenchman has represented Manchester United with distinction during his eight-year spell at Old Trafford but now looks set to leave the Red Devils at the end of the season.

Evra has been linked with a move back to France with Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain both said to be interested in the defender, however the left-back's agent believes his client has his heart set on a move back to Italy.

Federico Pastorello, speaking to Italian radio station TeleRadioStereo, said: "Even though he turns 33 in May, he still has another three to four seasons at the highest level in his legs.

"Inter and Roma? Speaking with him, I have understood that technically Serie A is a possibility.

"He is very attached to Manchester United even if recently things have changed a bit. But Evra still has not taken a final decision."

Evra could join Manchester United teammate Nemanja Vidic at the San Siro if he does decide to join Inter Milan.

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