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Sky Sports have tweeted David Moyes will be sacked by Manchester United in the next 24 hours.
Our sources are telling #SSN that Moyes could be sacked by Manchester Utd in the next 24 hours - updates on this developing story from 1730
BBC Radio Manchester have also tweeted regarding Manchester United's refusal to comment on the story.
Manchester United have told us they won't comment on rumours that manager David Moyes is about to be sacked.
A "SaveMoyes" hashtag has started trending on Twitter, after it emerged the Manchester United boss David Moyes could be sacked.
Rival fans seem to be behind the trend, with many of them wanting Moyes to remain in charge at Old Trafford after the club's disappointing season.
With David Moyes reportedly facing the sack as manager of Manchester United, there are plenty of rumours about who could take over.
](http://www.itv.com/news/granada/story/2014-04-21/reports-moyes-to-be-sacked-as-united-manager/)READ MORE: Reports Moyes to be sacked as Manchester United manager
Sir Alex Ferguson has been installed as 6-1 favourite to retake the reigns at Old Trafford if Moyes is sacked
United coach and fan favourite Ryan Giggs is also linked to the post.
Borussia Dortmund Jurgen Klopp has also been linked to the job, Klopp at 7-1 to take charge next season, leaving him just behind Sir Alex and Louis van Gaal in the betting.
The Daily Telegraph says Manchester United manager David Moyes has lost the support of the Glazer family who own the club.
BREAKING: Manchester United refuse to deny reports that David Moyes is to be sacked as manager. More soon
Various media sources are reporting that Manchester United manager David Moyes is to be sacked by the club.
The Daily Mai, the Telegraph and ITV Sport have all claimed the Scot will be sacked by the Glazer family.
Burnley fans are queuing outside the club's Turf Moor ground, knowing a win today will seal promotion to the Premier League.
The Clarets will go up if they beat Wigan, or if Derby fail to beat Barnsley.
Police say they are growing concerned for the welfare of a Withington man who has been missing since yesterday morning.
Errol Zajac- Jones, 23, was last seen after being discharged from Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport, between 5am and 6am on Sunday morning.
When last seen he was wearing dark coloured clothing.
Police and Errol's family are concerned that he may self-harm and are growing increasingly concerned for his welfare.
Officers from South Manchester are now asking for people to take a good look at the photograph of Errol and get in touch if they know of his whereabouts.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.