David Moyes risking the wrath of Everton by his movement in the transfer market - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
New Manchester United manager David Moyes runs the trouble of burning his bridges with a club which held him in as high a regard as the man he succeeded at Manchester United this summer.
As if Everton weren’t frustrated enough surrounding the controversy of how David Moyes was initially appointed as Sir Alex Ferguson’s replacement for this season, they have now been disrespected by Moyes following his approach for two of Everton’s players – left-back Leighton Baines and midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
It’s been no secret Manchester United have been in the market for the pair ever since Moyes arrived as manager this summer, but the Premier League holders have so far failed in their bid to sign either player.
While Moyes was manager of Everton, Fellaini signed a new contract with the club which came with a £22M release clause (expiring at the start of August) – meaning ...