FORGOTTEN: Manchester United legend Jonny Evans is back training with the club.
The centre-back is currently a free agent after leaving Leicester after being relegated from the Premier League.
Evans came into play for the Red Devils and made his debut in the 2007 League Cup against Coventry.
He then made 198 appearances and helped the club win three Premier League titles and the Champions League.
The 35-year-old joined West Brom in 2015 before moving to Leicester after three years.
Evans has been allowed to train at Man Utd as he ponders the next step in his career.
The Northern Irishman has been reported to have been busy with the first-team and academy in recent weeks.
MEN report that it is “part of the club’s philosophy that former players are always welcome back”.
And that his “quality and experience” at Carrington was a good match.
Evans has been linked with a move to Everton, who appeared to have inadvertently revealed his interest in him in a video posted by the club.
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A voiceover in a training clip appeared to say, “We’ve got Jonny Evans coming.”
There are also rumors he could be of interest in a Celtic transfer that would see him back working under ex-Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers.
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