Transfer news: Who could replace Patrice Evra at Manchester United - Leighton Baines, Fabio Coentrao, Luke Shaw?
Evra's contract expires in the summer and Moyes has already confirmed his intention to bring in a new left-back
Patrice Evra could be on his way out of Manchester United with his contract set to expire at the end of the season.
Manager David Moyes has openly admitted that he is looking for a new left-back, originally to provide competition for Evra, but it seems any signing could now be a replacement for the 33-year-old Frenchman.
Evra has been linked with a return to his former side AS Monaco, while Paris Saint Germain are also believed to be monitoring the situation should the 54-time capped France international choose to depart Old Trafford.
While Moyes failed in his attempt to sign Leighton Baines during last summer’s transfer window, he could yet resurrect his attempt to bring in the England star, while a host of other options are available should he decide to pursue those avenues.
So who could Moyes bring in to fill the potential gap left by an Evra exit?
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