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The former Manchester United manager, who is believed to have several job offers on the continent, is set to hold a meeting with the board at the Turkish club on Friday

David Moyes has flown into Istanbul to hold talks with officials at Galatasaray, Goal understands.

Moyes was pictured at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on Friday and is understood to be in Turkey to hold a meeting with the club’s board and visit its training facilities.

The former Manchester United boss, who has been without a club following his sacking at Old Trafford on April 22, is believed to have a number of job offers from clubs in Europe.

The Scot could now replace former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini in Istanbul after the Italian was sacked by the Turkish club earlier in June.

Moyes has made no secret of his desire to return to football management at the very top level.

"I got my first real taste of [the] Champions League this year and I thought I showed I can manage at that level," he told The Guardian earlier this month.

"I would like somewhere that would give me a chance of being in the Champions League or a club that has ambitions of being in the Champions League.

"It could be at home or abroad. I have always liked the thought of broadening my horizons and learning a bit more and at the moment I am quite comfortable watching and learning."

Galatasaray, however, claims the Scot isn't even the club's top target. A club spokesman told Press Association Sport:

"The president has given a speech about it. He said that we just spoke with David Moyes and he said that he can come to Galatasaray but he is not one of the main targets for us.

"They just spoke to each other, exchanging ideas - that it is it. It is true the president talked with David Moyes.

"We are not in a rush, we are waiting for the end of the World Cup. The first two targets are Low or Klinsmann."

Galatasaray will enter the Champions League at the group stage this season despite finishing second in the Turkish Super Lig due to Fenerbahce's ban from European football.