Premier League: Manchester United sign Jonny Evans on a temporary contract

Manchester United which, for the time being, incorporated only Mason Mount, surprised locals and strangers with its star signature: Jonny Evans (Belfast, 1988).

The 35-year-old Ireland international is ‘going home’. Evans, a young Red Devils player, has signed a “short-term contract”, according to United, who will “I allow travel to the tour and participation in next pre-season matches.”

The centre-back, who was released after being relegated to the Second Division with Leicester, He was practicing with a subsidiary of the ‘Red Devils’. Waiting to accept any of the offers that were on the table. In that period, however, He caught the attention of Ten Hag and went to train with the first team.

Evans, before leaving Old Trafford in 2015, He played 198 matches for United, scoring seven goals and providing seven assists. The Irishman made his debut at the age of nineteen and three days with the “Red Devils”, led by Sir Alex Ferguson.

You can now debut in tour matches Against Olympique Lyonnais, Arsenal, Wrexham, Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.

In the middle, after his departure from United, Evans completed 152 appearances for Leicester and 96 for West Bromwich Albion.

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