Moyes open to foreign move after Galatasaray talks

David Moyes admits working abroad is appealing. The former Manchester United and Everton boss held talks with Galatasaray before they went with Cesare Prandelli.
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David Moyes admits working abroad is appealing.

The former Manchester United and Everton boss held talks with Galatasaray before they went with Cesare Prandelli.

"I’ve been sounded out by a few people about different jobs but I’d like to find a job, if I can, that gives me a chance of being successful," he told the Mail on Sunday.

"I had a look at Galatasaray and they had a look at me, and nothing came of it. But abroad is a possibility. We’ve always had a healthy number of foreign managers in the Premier League and I’ve always felt we should have a similar balance of British managers working abroad.

"It may help and enhance me to go abroad. Look at Roy Hodgson’s career. Look at Terry Venables; Sir Bobby Robson. I don’t think it did them any harm. I left a very stable job in the belief I was taking another stable job, so I’ll be taking my time finding something that’s right."

 
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