Sunderland club owner Ellis Short reportedly wants David Moyes to remain as manager of the troubled club next season, as it prepares for life in the Championship. The Black Cats were relegated after suffering defeat to Bournemouth last weekend.
Moyes has, however, said, via The Telegraph, that as it stands, the squad is not sufficiently equipped to perform well in the Championship and that massive changes will have to be made if the club wishes to win promotion next season.
The club is not only troubled in terms of the performances, but also in terms of finances, with recent statements revealing that they have debts in excess of £110 million.
The club will likely sell Whabi Khazri, Fabio Borini, Jordan Pickford and Lamine Kone during the summer and will need to invest in new talent in order to do well next season.
Whether Moyes stays will depend on whether Short grants him sufficient funds to bolster the squad.