Manchester United could bring Evans back to Old Trafford, Spurs return to top of table with 0-0 draw at Chelsea

Manchester United are considering making a move to bring Leicester City defender Jonny Evans back to Old Trafford, The Sun on Sunday reports.

Evans, 32, came through the youth ranks at United and won three Premier League titles over the course of almost 200 appearances for the club.

The Northern Ireland international joined Leicester in 2018, following a three-year spell at West Brom, and is one of the most important players in Brendan Rodgers' side.

However, with Evans' contract due to expire at the end of the season, United are monitoring the situation with a view to him filling the need of a left-sided centre-back in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team.

***Evans’ temperament has improved since his departure from United in 2015, though he has always been a better player than Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones. If United want a left-sided central defender to partner Harry Maguire then he would be a cooler presence than Victor Lindelof, and there would be no question of him settling into the side.

Fans not required to wear masks

When fans return to stadiums under Tier 1 and Tier 2 restrictions, the government will not require them to wear face masks, according to the Telegraph. They will not be required to undergo temperature checks either, but that does not mean they will avoid both these activities if the clubs insist that they should be respected, with the final decision resting on those in charge of the sides.

Spurs return to top of table with 0-0 draw at Chelsea

Tottenham Hotspur went back to the top of the Premier League on Sunday after a 0-0 draw at Chelsea left honours even between visiting manager Jose Mourinho and his one-time midfield lieutenant Frank Lampard, now in charge of the Blues.

Chelsea, who won three league titles under Mourinho, spent long periods camped in the Spurs half but struggled to break through the disciplined defending that was a hallmark of the Portuguese coach’s two spells in charge at Stamford Bridge.

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