Manchester United consider rewarding Patrice Evra's return to form with a contract extension, according to reports.
Manchester United are reportedly ready to offer Patrice Evra a 12-month contract extension.
Evra's current deal expires next summer, leading to persistent speculation that the French defender is considering a move away from Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson is thought to be impressed with Evra's return to form this season and wants to reward the left-back with fresh terms, according to The Sun.
United also want to include a rolling annual review at the end of each season in Evra's contract, bringing him in line with other veterans such as Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes.
The 31-year-old has enjoyed a productive campaign for the Red Devils, scoring four times in 31 appearances.
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