Patrice Evra has retired from professional football. The ex-French international left-back confirmed his retirement from football on Monday.

Evra’s senior career started in 1998 representing an Italian Club called Marsala, he then went on to play for a few other clubs before he got the call up to Manchester United in 2006 (where he played until 2014).

The left-back made 81 appearances for the French national team.

His last club was Premier League club West Ham United whom he played five league games for last year.

Evra’s accolades as a professional footballer: 


🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 Premier League (5)

🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 Community Shield (5)

🏆🏆🏆 League Cup (3)

🏆🏆 Serie A (2)

🏆🏆 Coppa Italia (2)

🏆 Champions League (1)

🏆 Club World Cup (1)

🏆 Supercoppa Italiana (1)

🏆 Coupe de la Ligue (1)

Evra will go down as one of the greatest defenders in manchester United history, we wish him well on his future endeavours.


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