David Moyes is set for a shock return to management after emerging as the front runner to become the new head coach of the United States.

The Scot last worked with West Ham, guiding the Hammers to Premier League safety before parting ways at the end of the season.

The USMNT have had Dave Sarachan in charge on an interim basis over the last year since Bruce Arena stepped down.

And now Moyes has emerged as a prime candidate for one of the most high profile jobs in international football.

The Times believe Moyes is under consideration having improved his reputation after turning West Ham’s fortunes around last term.

US Soccer refused to comment on the report, stating: "We will not be commenting on any candidates during the process."

The United States suffered the embarrassment of failing to qualify for the World Cup out of the CONCACAF region.

A fifth-placed finish in a six-team pool meant they even failed to make it to the inter-confederation play-off, with the US looking to make widespread changes.

Would David Moyes be a good choice as the new United States manager?


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