Evra completes Juventus switch

Patrice Evra has completed his move from Manchester United to Juventus, both clubs have confirmed.

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rhysmanc (Manchester United) says...

Silly accusations? Really Duncan? Really?!...

Posted 9:35am 23rd July 2014

duncanynwa (Liverpool) says...

Glad he didn't go to La Liga cos he'll start making up silly accusations again against a certain Barca player.

Posted 3:16am 23rd July 2014

paul7702 (Manchester United) says...

Liverpool, Barca and Juve in the same Champions League group anyone? Or are Barca and Juve both in pot 1?

Posted 1:33pm 22nd July 2014

rosks (Manchester United) says...

sorry to see him go, but glad we signed he and repaid us many times over with some great perfrmances and fantastic goals. We need more like him if we are going to get back on top.Good Luck Patrice.

Posted 11:10am 22nd July 2014

macca0507 (Rangers) says...

I wonder if he'll still be on Professional Masterchef...

Posted 10:47am 22nd July 2014

Mike_Christie (Manchester United) says...

@altamont, he's a 33 year old fullback with a year left on his contract, it was never going to be a big fee. Besides, the club probably agreed to a slightly lower fee out of respect to his years of service to help the move go through, plus they get a senior player who wasn't likely to play much off the wage bill. @jimmyjazz, Evra was looking past his best last season, so I overall think the time is right. I'd have preferred him to stay another season to take the pressure of Shaw of being pretty much our only option at left back. However, I can understand why, at 33, Evra would rather go elsewhere to get more first team football. No one wants to go from vice-captain to bench warmer overnight. I imagine he's had a chat with Van Gaal and decided the role offered wasn't for him.

Posted 9:49am 22nd July 2014

deepster (Manchester United) says...

Thank you Patrice. Good luck to you in Italy.

Posted 9:22am 22nd July 2014

Mike_Christie (Manchester United) says...

Great servant down the years, shame to see him go in many ways. I hope he has every success in Italy.

Posted 9:02am 22nd July 2014

genevajames (Burnley) says...

The fee is not 'undisclosed', it's in Juve's press release: £1.2mln (£600k now, £600k next year) with a further £300k if Juve qualify for Champion's league next season

Posted 8:57am 22nd July 2014

altamont (Manchester United) says...

Just 1.5 ? A free transfer sounds more respectable

Posted 4:08am 22nd July 2014

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