Red Devils ponder dismissing the Scot.
The owners of Manchester United are now understood to be giving serious consideration to the possibility of sacking new head coach David Moyes at the end of the season, according to exclusive reports on Goal.com.
The former Everton manager was only appointed to succeed previous Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson at the end of the previous campaign, however, the Scot’s debut season in charge of the Premier League champions has not gone according to plan.
In fact, it has gone so badly that United are now set to finish the season with their lowest-ever points total in the history of the Premier League, and so contrary to much of the speculation in the press over the past few weeks, the club’s hierarchy are not guaranteed to give Moyes a second season at the helm at Old Trafford, especially after the nature of Tuesday night’s 3-0 loss to city-rivals Manchester City at the Theatre of Dreams.
As a result, the Premier League giants are said to now be “evaluating all possibilities”, but with key United players believed to now “have had enough of the way Moyes is destroying their reputation” , there is even the possibility of some stars approaching the board to request a change in management.