Moyes' possible departure from Everton would create a massive headache for chairman Bill Kenwright. Moyes has turned Everton into one of the top teams in the England ,even if he has been unable to guide the club to the elite level.
Everton have finished seventh for a few years in a row which is amazing given the resources Moyes has available to him. It is going to be tough for any new manager to match the consistency of the Scotsman.
Should Moyes move on, Everton will need a manager who can coax the most out of his players, while being astute in the transfer market. There is going to be little room for error at Everton because of the club's precarious financial situation.
This is not to say Everton is a bad job—far from it. The club have a loyal fan base and a track record of success in recent times. Most of Everton's problems are off the pitch.
The team desperately needs a new stadium and new ownership. Neither of these seem to be coming in the near future, however.
Here are six candidates to replace David Moyes at Everton, should the Scot ever be offered to take the reigns at Old Trafford.