Patrice Evra fires back at PSG

Patrice Evra

Patrice Evra

In the moments following PSG's defeat on March 6, Evra posted a video on social networks goading the club's exit, and then made a similarly mocking one soon after, in which he laughed at PSG for criticising his initial behaviour. "These remarks profoundly shocked the club, which is particularly committed to the values of respect and inclusiveness".

He added: 'This is Manchester. "Stop going off on one (about PSG) and validating teams who will never win anything".

'Even my cousin who is in the front (of the car) is p****d off.

"We (Manchester United) played with the D team, the D team!" Not even C (and) we sorted you out.

The left-back, who played 379 times for United and 81 times for France, has a history of provocative statements and was the French captain during their infamous strike at the 2010 World Cup.

United won 3-1 at the French champions to overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first leg and go through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League on away goals.

Paris Saint-Germain are considering all possible legal action to take before making a decision on whether to pursue Patrice Evra following his latest attack on the Ligue 1 leaders, sources have told ESPN FC.

It read: 'Paris Saint-Germain firmly condemns the homophobic slurs uttered by Patrice Evra against the club, its representatives and its former player (Rothen).

Evra celebrated wildly in the stands after former club Manchester United knocked PSG out of the Champions League thanks to Marcus Rashford's last-gasp penalty.

"The club wanted to inform Manchester United about their former player".

Retiring at the end of last season, Evra also played for Marsala, Monza, Nice, Monaco, Juventus, Marseille and West Ham. Evra does not now play for the club.

However, talk of an official role has cooled in recent months and that prospect seems even more unlikely now.

The video was filmed on Sunday after Evra had been in Paris for the opening of a barbershop by Paul Pogba's brother, Florentin, but only emerged on Monday.