Goodison Park boss just about had enough.
The future of Everton manager David Moyes is in severe doubt with the club planning more cutbacks this summer unless they find a new owner.
Moyes faces seeing the squad he has built over nine years at Goodison being dismantled as chairman Bill Kenwright seeks to reduce the club’s £45million debt.
Manchester United target Jack Rodwell will be allowed to go for £20m and Everton will also listen to offers for top earner Mikel Arteta to try to cut their wage bill.
He signed a five-year deal worth £60,000 a week a year ago.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
You can hardly blame David Moyes for considering leaving the Toffees. Despite years of consistency, six top eight finishes in the last eight seasons, the Scot has to continually deal with a strict budget that usually results in the club selling their best players and being unable to attract significant names to replace them.
The Merseyside club is in danger of losing their star players with Leighton Baines, Jack Rodwell, Phil Jagielka and Maroune Fellaini all strongly linked with possible exits and Moyes finds himself having to resign himself to the fact that once again his efforts as boss are not backed by actions by his board.
Everton find themselves in seventh place after a good run of form helped cancel out an appalling start to the season.