WATCH: Juve's tribute for 'Uncle Pat'

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Patrice Evra can be a supremely likable individual.

It was with a heavy heart that Manchester United fans bid him farewell in the summer of 2014 and now, just three seasons later, it's Juventus' turn to waive him off with fondness and gratitude.

The 35-year-old made 82 appearances for the Old Lady of Italian football, winning two Serie A titles along the way.

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A great character on and off the pitch, Evra left a lasting impression in Turin and Juventus have put together the above video uploaded to their YouTube channel as a tribute to the left-back.



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Today's transfer news: Evra on the move

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The rush is on… With just a few days to go until the end of the January transfer window, clubs are scrambling for last minute additions as they attempt to bolster their squads for the rest of the season.

Sport360 brings you latest news on some of the latest big transfers.

PATRICE EVRA (Juventus to Marseille)

DONE DEAL – Free

The veteran left-back’s search for firstteam football has taken him to the south of France. Juventus agreed to grant the 35-year-old a free transfer, with an 18-month deal sealed once a medical was passed at Marseille on Wednesday night.

ROBERT SNODGRASS (Hull City to Burnley)
FEE AGREED – €11.8m (Dh46.4m)

The coveted Scotland winger looks set for a move across the Pennines after Burnley managed to agree a fee with fellow promoted side Hull City. But interest remains high, with Middlesbrough and West Ham expected to make new bids.

CHRISTOPHER SAMBA (Panathinaikos to Crystal Palace)
IN TALKS – Free

A reunion with manager Sam Allardyce could be on the cards for the giant defender, who is currently on trial at Premier League-strugglers Crystal Palace. Samba is currently without a club after being released by his Greek employers.

LUIZ GUSTAVO (Wolfsburg to Juventus)
NEW TARGET – €18m (Dh71.1m)

The Brazil defensive midfielder has found himself a wanted man in Serie A, with both champions Juventus and AC Milan pushing for his services. An injury to Mario Lemina has forced the Old Lady into action, says La Gazzetta dello Sport.

GONCALO GUEDES (Benfica to PSG)
DONE NEAL – €25m (Dh98.7m)

The promising Portugal forward is officially a Paris Saint-Germain player after he passed a medical on Wednesday and signed a four-and-a-half-year deal. Guedes leaves Benfica after scoring five goals in 39 games and winning two doubles.

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Transfers: PSG win race to sign Guedes

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The rush is on… With just a few days to go until the end of the January transfer window, clubs are scrambling for last minute additions as they attempt to bolster their squads for the rest of the season.

Sport360 brings you latest news on some of the latest big transfers.

JOLEON LESCOTT (Unattached to Sunderland)

DONE DEAL – Free

Davis Moyes is sticking to what he knows by bringing in defender Lescott on a free, a player he worked with for three years at Everton. Lescott was released by AEK Athens in November and is the seventh former player of Moyes to join him in the north east.

ADRIAN RAMOS (Dortmund to Granada)
DONE DEAL – Loan

With Thomas Tuchel settled on a more youthful approach, the 31-year-old Colombian forward has moved to Spain until the end of the season. Ramos has started four league games this season and should transfer to a Chinese club in the summer.

LEON BAILEY (Genk to Leverkusen)
NEW TARGET – €20m (Dh78.9m)

Bayer coach Roger Schmidt has confirmed the club’s interest in the Jamaican winger, 19, who was left out of Genk’s matchday squad on Monday. Schmidt said: “He’s got a lot of pace, he’s technically skilled, and someone we are looking at in the long run.”

LUIS HERNANDEZ (Leicester to Malaga)
DONE DEAL – £1.7m (Dh7.8m)

Just six months after joining the Premier League champions on a free transfer from Sporting Gijon, the 27-year-old defender has returned to Spain. Hernandez made just nine appearances for the Foxes and struggled to settle in Leicester.

Luis Hernandez.

Luis Hernandez.

GONCALO GUEDES (Benfica to PSG)
FEE AGREED – €25m (Dh98.7m)

Young Portuguese forward Guedes, 20, was in Paris last night to complete his transfer to the French champions. PSG may possess huge resources but outside of Edinson Cavani (20) and Lucas (6) no player has more than two goals in Ligue 1 this term.

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