The France international was released by L'OM on Friday after he kicked out at a fan prior to the club's Europa League clash with Vitoria Guimaraes on November 2.
The 36-year-old has also been banned from playing in any UEFA competition until June 2018, but that has not stopped a number of clubs showing an interest in the former Man Utd and Juventus man's services, with his representative, Federico Pastorello, confirming inquiries have been made.
"He knows he was wrong, but his career cannot stop like that," Pastorello told Gazzetta dello Sport. "We have already been contacted by several clubs. He is even stronger physically than he was five or six years ago."
One club that has been linked with a move for Evra is Napoli, although Pastorello has dismissed the possibility of his client moving to the Serie A leaders, particularly as he has already spent time in Italy with Juve.
Pastorello added: "Patrice does not see himself in Serie A after several years at Juventus."