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David Moyes to be sacked, according to British press

The Glazers are unwilling to trust the Scot with their summer window budget.

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DAVID MOYES WILL be sacked by Manchester United ‘imminently’ according to reports in the British press today.

The Glazer family have lost patience with the beleaguered Scot after a disastrous first term in charge.

“It is understood that the plan now is to sack Moyes at the end of the season but the situation could now come to a head later on Monday or in the coming days. If the former Everton boss is sacked before the season’s end, club legend Ryan Giggs will be asked to take over team affairs,” writes Ian Ladyman of the Daily Mail.

United will not play Champions League next season and are already guaranteed their lowest ever Premier League points total. They were crowned champions last year with 11 points to spare.

“The 50-year-old’s reign could end before Saturday’s Old Trafford encounter with Norwich City if he chooses to seek assurances over his future which executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is unlikely to be able to offer,” writes The Telegraph‘s Mark Ogden.

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