Patrice Evra to Juventus: The left-back will sign for Juve on Monday, according to reports in Italy
The 33-year-old has been at Old Trafford since 2006
Patrice Evra will complete his move to from Manchester United to Juventus on Monday, according to reports in Italy.
La Gazzetta dello Sport has reported that the left-back has now agreed terms, and the transfer will be officially announced tomorrow.
There had been suggestions that the move had stalled because of the recent change of management in Turin with Massimiliano Allegri replacing Antonio Conte, but it now appears that the deal for the 33-year-old is back on track.
In addition to Evra, Juventus confirmed the transfer of Alvaro Moratta from Real Madrid over the weekend.
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Evra only signed a contract extension at Manchester United at the end of last season, and will move to Serie A for a reported €2m.
The Frenchman made 379 appearances for United since joining from Monaco for £6m in 2006, and won 10 major honours with the club.
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