Real Sociedad have quashed speculation that David Moyes will leave the club this summer and return to coaching in England. Recently, The Scot has been tipped to move back to the Premier League with West Ham and Sunderland on the lookout for a new manager. Moyes, the former manager of Everton and Manchester United, took the helm of Real Sociedad in November with the club just above the drop zone and steered them to a 12th-place finish.
Moyes moved to Sociedad in November 2014, six months after an ill-fated spell at Manchester United came to an end. Last month, the coach has mentioned that he is “really happy at La Real.” He made sure that nothing is changed regarding his coaching future career. He was widely expected to dip into the English transfer market this summer in a bid to improve his squad.”The opportunity to get so close to the best team in the world and the best players in the world is a great experience for me,” the coach added.
The club’s presidetAperribay said on his club’s official website: “Moyes has never spoken to us about this.If anything, we have heard these rumours from the media.”
Instead of the reports that t the likes of West Ham UnitedandNewcastle Unitedwanted to bring the former Manchester United and Everton boss back to the Premier League, Aperribay is likely toinsist that he is unaware of any offers given to Moyes. “He has never suggested the possibility to go back to England.We made an important structural decision by bringing in David Moyes last year. He has been planning for next season since the month of January.”
The 52-year-old coach were previously worked as the manager of Preston North End, Everton and Manchester United before he joined Real Sociedad in 2014. He was appointed as the new manager of La Liga club Real Sociedad on an 18-month deal after the dismissal of JagobaArrasate, with the team lying in 15th in the table. Moyes was the 2003, 2005 and 2009 League Managers AssociationManager of the Year.
The Basque outfit also played down the possibility that Burnley forward Danny Ings, a player Moyes would like to have in his squad next season, will sign for La Real.Ings, meanwhile, becomes a free agent this summer and the 22-year-old is a reported target of Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United.He enjoyed an impressive campaign, scoring 11 Premier League goals and setting up four more, but could not help Burnley avoid the drop.