Moyes could even move abroad.
Recently sacked Manchester United head coach David Moyes will not be short of attractive job offers to ponder this summer, although the Scot may consider taking on a role abroad as he looks to rehabilitate his career following his departure from Old Trafford earlier this week, according to reports in the Daily Telegraph.
The former Everton manager was given his marching orders in a meeting with United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward at the club’s Carrington training ground at 7.40am on Tuesday.
Moyes was only appointed to succeed previous United boss Sir Alex Ferguson on a six-year deal last July, however, with the Premier League champions now confirmed not to finish in the top four of the table this season following their 2-0 loss at Everton on Sunday afternoon, the decision was then taken to dismiss the Scot later that evening.
However, despite being deemed a failure, Moyes is still set to be in possession of a number of enticing job offers to think over this summer, including the likes of Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United.
Meanwhile, it is also thought possible that Moyes may now follow in the footsteps of Steve McClaren by moving abroad in order to further his coaching education.
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