The Scot will make a decision on his future after the weekend…
Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has told the president of Real Sociedad that he will make a decision whether to be the club’s manager by Monday, reports the Telegraph.
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The ex Everton coach has been out of football since being sacked as Red Devils manager after just ten months in charge. His tenure at Old Trafford was marked by hostility from the fans and poor performances from the team.
The 51-year-old has been linked to the San Sebastian based club since the last manager, Jagoba Arraste was sacked last weekend. The Sociedad president Jokin Apperribay has apparently now offered the Scot a three year contract at the club.
With the team now in the La Liga relegation places, Moyes has promised to make his decision by Monday. If he accepts his first game will be against Deportivo La Coruna on the 22 November.
The Spanish club has a history of appointing British managers, with John Toshack and current Wales boss Chris Coleman having held the post in the past.