Dutchman and Moyes have an uneasy relationship.
Unsettled Manchester United front man Robin van Persie is in line for a stunning return to former club Arsenal at the end of the season, according to reports in the Mail on Sunday.
The brilliant Netherlands international has only been at Old Trafford now since leaving the north London club in the summer of 2012 in a deal worth £24m.
And the 30-year-old’s brilliant debut campaign in front of goal in the north west – Van Persie managed to hit the back of the net on 30 occasions in total in just 48 matches in all competitions, including 26 strikes in just 38 Premier League outings – went a long way towards helping the Red Devils get their hands back on the title.
However, following the departure of former United head coach Sir Alex Ferguson and his assistant Rene Meulensteen, it is understood that the striker has grown disillusioned with life at the Theatre of Dreams, with the player said to no be considering his future with the Premier League champions.
Not only has the Dutchman’s family not supposedly settled in Cheshire, but Van Persie himself is believed to have a strained working relationship with new United boss David Moyes.