DAVID MOYES has revealed he is getting prepared to return to football management.
The former Manchester United boss, who is Sam Allardyce’s tip to become Scotland’s new international chief, has been linked with a return to Everton and is a front runner to replace Gordon Strachan as Scotland boss.
Moyes, 54, admitted: “I’m enjoying my time off at the moment, I’ve got one or two things on the go and I’ve had some offers.
“If any of the ones I really want come up, I will look forward to taking them.
“I can just say there are things that are ongoing and, hopefully, before you know it, it won’t be too long until I’m back in football.”
Moyes spent 11 years at Goodison before taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford in 2013.
However, the ex-Celtic defender only lasted 11 months at the club before being sacked to make way for Louis van Gaal.
He had a 12-month stint in Spain with Real Sociedad and had a season at Sunderland where he left in the summer after their relegation from the Premier League.
Moyes missed out on the chance to manage Celtic in May 2016 when he lost out to Brendan Rodgers from a shortlist of two candidates to replace Ronny Deila. Whereas Rodgers was excited and positive about the opportunity, Moyes was more guarded as he looked to get back into managing a Premier League side.
He got his wish when he was appointed Sunderland boss but after suffering relegation Moyes was sacked.
Brendan Rodgers won the treble and has taken his side into the Champions League.
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