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Manchester United could announce signing of former 32-year-old defender

Philexbobo 11/30/2020

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Manchester united are planning a shock move to reunite with their former defender, provided he doesn't sign a new deal by the turn of next year.

Manchester united head coach would like to add quality to his squad by adding a left- sided centre back, however he has just £20 million to spend in January.

Even though the 32 year old has only a year left in his contract, he is yet to agree a deal with the foxes, however he stated he'd be happy to extend his stay in the club.

If Leicester fails to pen him down come January transfer winter, the red Devil's could consider signing him considering the fact his name had been mentioned by United's player acquisition team as possible cut- price transfer option.

The Leicester centre back, Evans used to be a schoolboy at Old Trafford, after which he spent 10 years at senior team before joining West Brom in 2015.

He joined Leicester city 24 months ago, but a United source revealed:"

Johnny's name has come up in a conversation.

"There are still a lot of people here who have plenty of time for him - and that includes Ole and Mike Phelan".

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