Moyes 'facing sack' by Man Utd
David Moyes is facing the sack as Manchester United manager, according to unconfirmed reports.
Moyes has endured a difficult reign since taking charge of United last summer, but the club were expected to stand by the Scot, despite a lack of success in domestic and European competitions.
United's board appear set to cut short Moyes' six-year deal in the wake of the latest 2-0 defeat at former club Everton, which left United unable to qualify for next season's Champions League.
Reaching the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League did briefly ease the pressure on Moyes, but they bowed out with a 4-2 aggregate defeat against Bayern Munich.
Sir Alex Ferguson had urged the club to give the next manager time when he stepped down in May after a glittering spell at Old Trafford, but owners, the Glazer Family, seem to have lost patience.
United are expected to spend heavily in the summer and a successor would be entrusted with the transfer fund, which is reported to be around £150million.
Holland manager Louis van Gaal, who is leaving after the World Cup, Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, and Paris Saint-Germain's Laurent Blanc have been tipped as possible contenders to replace Moyes.