David Moyes to leave Manchester United, will leave Sunderland and become manager of Sunderland

David Moyles, the former Manchester United manager, is set to leave Sunderland this summer and take over at the club he led for 14 years.

Sunderland have been in the Championship since the end of the 1997-98 season, and are currently 10th.

They will face the Premier League relegation zone this season, with their only Premier League win coming in the FA Cup against Birmingham in December.

They are currently 15th.

Sunderland are currently sixth in the Premier 1st Division table, with four games to play.

The club will also be without their first-choice keeper Joe Hart, who is currently suspended for four matches after testing positive for anabolic steroids.

The 24-year-old is currently out with an injury and is expected to miss the rest of the season.

Moyles’ departure comes as Sunderland are still waiting for the full results of their drugs test.

He has been suspended since November 15 for three matches for breaching the Football Association’s code of conduct.

Moyes is also facing a criminal investigation into alleged doping at Old Trafford and he will be questioned in the case by police.