Selhurst Park side target former Everton and Man United boss.
Crystal Palace will turn to former Everton and Man United boss David Moyes as they look to fill their vacant managerial post according to the London Evening Standard.
The Eagles had been in talks to appoint Malky Mackay prior to news breaking of his inappropriate behaviour but chairman Steve Parish will now hope to persuade Moyes to return to the game with a move to Selhurst Park.
The South London side surprisingly parted company with Tony Pulis earlier in the month after a dispute over transfers and will hope to get someone in as soon as possible.
Whilst Moyes clearly failed at Man United it’s worth remembering that the 51 year old Scot did enjoy a successful stint in charge of Everton and is certainly a very good option to consider.
Tim Sherwood and Neil Lennon are also said to be in the frame.
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