AS Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain, Udinese, AS Roma, Galatasaray or...? Where could Patrice Evra be playing in 2014-15?
This summer sees an abundance of Premier League stars currently becoming free agents as their contracts at their respective clubs reach their natural conclusion.
Of course there is still plenty of time in the season for them to earn new deals with their respective clubs - but in a little over a month’s time they can begin to talk to clubs freely, without needing the permission of their current employers under the Bosman ruling.
So who could Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra sign on the dotted line for - if he is not offered a new deal at Old Trafford?
Very, very unimaginative I know but football is like that - especially when it comes to transfers.
He is a former Monaco player - and now the club is super rich they can afford to bring him back should they wish.
With Evra in the team Claudio Ranieri’s side will finally feel they are going places.
Of course they may have competition from their Ligue 1 rivals PSG. A left-back is an area where they could improve - and they don’t come much better than Evra on a free.
It could be a French battle for his signature come January.
Perhaps an odd name on the list - but certainly not a ridiculous notion.
He has played in Italy previously and the manager in Udine is Francesco Guidolin - a former coach of Evra’s at Monaco.
The Serie A side could do with mixing the pack - and Evra might just be the perfect start.
Frenchman Rudi Garcia is in charge at the capital club right now - so again he is likely to be wanted running around the Stadio Olimpico.
The Giallorossi are certainly ambitious - and are riding high at the summit of Serie A at the moment - could he join former Gunner Gervinho in Italy.
Another team who have and continue to already be linked with an approach for the player.
The Turkish side are ambitious enough to make the move - but would Evra fancy a Turkish switch already remains up for debate.
Should Manchester United give Evra a new deal?
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