Former Manchester United manager David Moyes held further talks with Real Sociedad on Friday regarding the vacant position at the Anoeta.
Moyes has been identified as the top target by La Real and was invited to San Sebastian to speak with club officials and take a tour of the facilities of the La Liga side, who are in the relegation zone.
This latest report comes from The Times on Saturday, who claim that it is still unclear whether or not Moyes will decided to take the post, which became available after Jagoba Arrasate was sacked last weekend.
The Basque club have won only once in their 10 league matches, this victory actually coming over Real Madrid, and Moyes will have quite a job on his hands if he is to assume control.
Moyes has been out of management since he was sacked by Manchester United in April, just 10 months after taking command at Old Trafford following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
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The former Everton coach has expressed a desire to now return to the game, and it is the his work over a decade at Goodison Park that makes him most appealing to Real Sociedad.
Meanwhile, Moyes’ replacement at Manchester United, Louis van Gaal, has recorded the club’s worst ever start in the Premier League, and the Dutchman also makes an appearance in the papers this weekend…
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