The former Red Devils centre-half, 30, was sold to West Brom by Louis van Gaal in 2015 for £6m.
But his stock rose in the first two of his three seasons at Albion.
Leicester had a £10m bid turned down last August and Manchester City had an £18m offer rejected shortly after.
There was then interest from Arsenal in the New Year window, with a proposed offer of £10m plus full-back Mathieu Debuchy.
And despite having the second-best defensive record in the league behind City, Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho is still not happy with his back line and thinks experienced Evans would be a good addition.
His fee has now come down as he had a release clause inserted in his Baggies contract, allowing him to go for £3m if they get relegated.
That now seems certain with the club eight points adrift of safety at the bottom with three games left.
'VERY DIFFERENT HERE' Alexis Sanchez takes swipe at Arsenal by claiming Manchester United has ‘more history’
Evans came through United’s academy and spent nine seasons there as a pro, playing 198 games.
The 68-cap Northern Ireland star won three Premier League titles, two League Cups and the Club World Cup at Old Trafford.
Source: Read Full Article