Patrice Evra, the ex-Manchester United player has uncovered his intention to leave professional football at the age of 38.
The prominent left-back, who demonstrated great performance at Marseille, Juventus as well as West Ham, has made up his mind to break up with one of the most popular kinds of sport and start a coaching career instead.
Of course, Old Trafford that brought the player up to 15 trophies for 379 appearances will never forget him.
In this interview to Gazzetta dello Sport, the player told that his career has finished. His training for the UEFA B Coaching License burst out in 2013. Patrice Evra confessed that he’s on the verge of getting the UEFA A license.
He hopes to lead a squad in a year and a half if everything is OK.
By the way, in 2011, the player was at odds with Luis Suarez after reportedly being a victim of racial discrimination from the ex-Liverpool striker.
Earlier, at Marseille, he made a furor by kicking his fan’s head.
The player was released by West Ham following 5 appearances.