Everton receive apology from Manchester United over approach

United manager David Moyes

Everton have received an official apology from Manchester United over their approach for new boss David Moyes, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Merseyside club were not happy with how United went about their business but have accepted a written apology from their North West counterparts.

Moyes admitted that he was in talks with the Old Trafford months before the end of the season and way before Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement.

Once the Toffees bosses heard that Moyes would be leaving them they requested that the announcement would not be made until the end of the season so to not negatively affect their chances on the pitch, which United ignored.

The news could get worse for Everton though as Moyes is still eyeing up star duo Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini in a record combined £38million bid before the transfer window slams shut.

Everton could get their own back by rejecting the approach as Moyes becomes desperate for new additions.

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