In a remarkable homecoming, Johnny Evans has rejoined Manchester United, inking a one-year contract on the eve of the transfer deadline.
Manchester United officially announced Evans’ return, marking a triumphant homecoming after an eight-year absence.
The club stated, “Manchester United is delighted to confirm that Jonny Evans has re-joined the club, committing to a one-year contract until June 2024.”
A product of the United Academy, Evans boasts a distinguished international record, having earned 102 caps for Northern Ireland. During his prior tenure with the club, the seasoned defender garnered a treasure trove of accomplishments, including three Premier League titles, two League Cups, and the coveted Champions League title, all while making 198 first-team appearances.
Expressing his delight at his return, Evans commented, “I am absolutely thrilled to be back at Manchester United, a place that has always felt like my home. This club, alongside its passionate fanbase, has played an integral role in shaping both my career and my character since I was a mere 15-year-old. I am overjoyed to return to where it all began, as a member of this immensely talented squad.”
Evans further shared his enthusiasm for reuniting with the manager and coaching staff, highlighting the positive experiences during preseason. He looks ahead with anticipation to contribute to the collective success of this remarkable football institution.