Moyes Downplays Spurs Switch

Everton boss, David Moyes, is the third longest serving manager currently in the Premier League, but his time at Goodison Park may be ending. Following the surprise departure of Harry Redknapp at White Hart Lane, earlier this month, Moyes has become the favourite to take up the role at the north London outfit, having impressed during his time with the Toffees.

The Scot has worked wonders with Everton, despite enduring the financial struggle at the club, which left him with very limited funds to bring quality into the playing squad.

Moyes has been able to get the best out of what he has been given and that is certainly an attractive prospect for any chairman or board in the Premier League. He is currently a 20/1 bet to take the Spurs hot seat, according to the betting tips football at Bet Victor.

The 49-year-old has been rather coy, regarding his future on Merseyside, and it would be hard to blame the former Preston boss for taking up the job with the exciting team at Spurs, who have plenty of potential. However, Moyes is keeping his cards close to his chest, and he is adamant that his focus is on bringing his first piece of silverware to Everton since joining the club, ten years ago.

He said: “All I can say is there has been no contact from Spurs.There has been no contact, and that is how it is. I am the Everton manager. I’m planning; I’m out here [in Poland], having a look at players, talking to my own players, and trying to get on with being manager of Everton.

“Behind the scenes me and Bill [Kenwright; the Everton chairman] are trying to get things moving along.”
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