Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has announced his retirement from football at the age of 38.
The Frenchman has been without a club since leaving West Ham at the end of the 2017-18 season and has called time on his career as he prepares to move into coaching.
Evra, who has been involved in a number of bizarre incidents on social media recently, announced his decision in a video uploaded to his official Instagram account.
He wrote the caption: "MERCI AU REVOIR #ilovethisgame #positive4evra #love #god #grateful #blessed #happy #mondaymotivation", alongside a video documenting moments throughout his career.
Manchester United posted their own tribute to the former defender on Twitter, uploading various images of Evra celebrating their title triumphs and captioning it with: "Thanks for the memories, Patrice!"
The full-back joined Man Utd in 2005 from Monaco and went on to make 379 appearances, winning five Premier League titles and 15 trophies in total during his time at the club.
Evra left the Red Devils in 2014 after eight years of service, joining Italian giants Juventus on a free transfer.
He spent three years with the Serie A champions, adding five trophies to his collection, before short stints at Marseille and West Ham towards the end of his career.