The future of the Everton manager, David Moyes, has come under intense speculation due to the Scots the season to sign a new deal until the end of the season. Moyes has been at the club for more than a decade, but his hands have been tied severely in the last few years due to the financial constraints of the club. Now, the former Preston North End manager has revealed that he will be making a decision on his future depending on the transfer budget of the club in the summer.
Moyes has revealed that he has been speaking with the chairman Bill Kenwright for the last few months regarding the money that he will have at his disposal in the summer. However, he is yet to be given a breakdown of the budget, although Kenwright is thought to have given him a strong indication of the same. Moyes has said that he will always have the club’s interests in his mind before taking a decision. Hence, fans should not be questioning his stance when it comes to signing a new contract. Moyes was recently booed by his own fans after the 3-1 defeat against Wigan in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
The 49-year-old has pointed out to the passion that he showed against Manchester City as an indication that he cares for the club. “I think we are making progress. What I mean is, I’m waiting on some information coming back to me and we’ll talk again when we get all that information. I’ve been given some indication of budget, but I’ve not been given the breakdown of it. I’ve been speaking to the chairman for three or four months, it’s been moving along, and all the things I’m doing are for the best of Everton,” said Moyes ahead of the Premier league weekend.