The Scot was dismissed from his role at Manchester United after only ten months, and now needs a break from media and fan scrutiny.
Although Manchester United have had their worst season in many a year this term, the job offers are reportedly stacking up for axed boss David Moyes.
The Scot was dismissed from the Old Trafford hotseat after only ten months in charge, with the club missing out on Champions League football.
However, according to The Sunday Express, Moyes had plenty of options over where his next role will be.
According to the report, the former Everton manager has opportunities to manage in Germany, Spain and Turkey.
Just how true this is remains to be seen, and there is more likelihood that English clubs will come in for Moyes.
But, if the chance for the beleaguered Moyes to leave Great Britain’s shores and take up a job elsewhere on the continent is available, he should jump at the opportunity.
Although the pressure of managing Manchester United and succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson would have been enormous, the scrutiny from the media and fans is sure to have been something to get Moyes’ head down.
The chance for a fresh start and to rebuild his reputation without the moniker of ‘failed Manchester United manager’ haunting him at every step would surely be something too good to turn down.
It is reminiscent of Steve McClaren and how he was hounded out of England after a botched attempt at the national job.
Subsequent managerial roles in England have failed to go to plan for McClaren either, but he achieved an unlikely Eredivisie title success with FC Twente.
Just where Moyes pops up next will be of interest to the football community, but a chance to get out of the spotlight in England would surely be a welcome change.