Man United legend Patrice Evra retires from football and the 38-year-old French star added that he was preparing his diplomas to become a coach.
Patrice Evra joined the Premier League giants in January 2006 in a £5.5million deal from Monaco, and went on to make 273 appearances, scoring three goals.
During that time he won a Champions League, five Premier League trophies and three League Cups.
He left Old Trafford for Juventus in 2014 where he won three Serie A trophies, and after three years there he returned home to France with Marseille.
It was during his time with the Ligue 1 side that Evra made the headlines for the wrong reasons when he shockingly kicked a fan in the head.
‘I started learning for the UEFA B Coaching License in 2013, now I want to finish it and go on to get the UEFA A license. In a year and a half, if everything goes well, I’ll be ready to lead a team .”