Evra hints at United exit

Patrice Evra has suggested that he will leave Manchester United at the end of the season, the Mail Online understands.

The France international’s current deal is set to expire in the summer, and while he has said that the club are keen for him to see out his career with them, has said that he could leave for ‘personal reasons’.

His former side Monaco and fellow Ligue One big spenders Paris Saint Germain have been linked with a move to secure his services, while should the 32 year old leave, the Premier League champions may reignite their interest in Everton’s Leighton Baines or Fabio Coentrao of Real Madrid.

Elsewhere, Barcelona midfielder Andreas Iniesta is set to end speculation surrounding his future by penning a new five year contract with the La Liga champions, the Metro understands.

The Spain international had been linked with a move to both United and neighbours Manchester City, but now looks set to remain at the Nou Camp, where he has won six league titles, three Champions League’s and a whole host of other honours.

The 29 year old was also part of the Spain squad that won both 2008 and 2012, and scored the winning goal in the 2010 World Cup final victory over the Netherlands.