Evans awaits decision on future

Northern Ireland star will have little say over his future

Evans: No control

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Manchester United defender Jonny Evans insists he will 'keep his head down' at Old Trafford and allow others to decide where his future lies.

The Northern Ireland star has enjoyed two successful loan spells with Sunderland and Roy Keane is reportedly keen to keep him at the Stadium of Light next season.

But Evans insists that, as he is under contract with United, it will be up to Sir Alex Ferguson to determine his next move.


"I'm not in control at all of what happens now," he told the Sunderland Echo.

"I will just go back to Man United and keep my head down.

"I've got used to that last season. I wasn't involved much in the first half of the season there and I just tried to do the best I could.

"You are not really in control of anything that goes on when you are under contract.

"If any club wants to bid for me, it is up to them and Man United to decide what happens.

"I don't know what is going to happen and I won't be knocking on Sir Alex Ferguson's door asking questions because he is in charge and I'm sure he'll let me know what's happening."