The veteran left-back has reached the end of his stay with Manchester United according to readers of Goal Singapore who overwhelmingly agreed on his departure
The Manchester United left-back who still features extensively for the first-team sees his contract expire this summer. According to Evra's agent, the French international is ready to leave for greener pastures with Italy a likely destination.
68.4% of Goal Singapore readers agreed that the 32-year-old is on the decline and is not good enough to remain with the Red Devils, with just 32.6% recognising his loyalty and attachment to the club as reasons enough for a contract extension.
Evra has been with Manchester United since 2006, arriving during the January transfer window from Monaco, with the player reportedly turning down interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Real Madrid.
The five-time Premier League winner featured for Manchester United on Saturday in their emphatic 4-0 win over Newcastle United.