Posted: Tuesday 29th April 2014 at 6:06 am

Moyes hangs out at Miami beach after pocketing £7million settlement

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As Manchester United’s new dawn began with a thumping opening victory for Ryan Giggs, former boss David Moyes chose to escape with a sunshine break to the Sunshine State.

The day after United thrashed Norwich City at Old Trafford, Moyes – sacked as manager on Tuesday, was pictured on Miami Beach as he tried to put a dismal week behind him. 

The Scot doesn’t seem to be able to leave it all behind, however, as he was snapped checking his phone in Florida – is he in the running for any managerial jobs, we wonder?

Running man: David Moyes cut a lonely figure as he went for a jog on Miami Beach

Still in demand: The former United boss had to stop to check his phone

Cast off: The former United boss may have been contemplating his next managerial move

Listening in: Moyes was glued to his mobile phone despite being on the beach

Feeling the heat: Moyes protected his head from the baking sunshine

Gissa Job! Moyes could be plotting his next managerial move

Sunshine break in the Sunshine State: Moyes arrives in Miami, Florida with his wife Pamela

Showing his face: It is the first time Moyes has been spotted since leaving Carrington on Tuesday

Checking in: Moyes must now consider his options going forward in a bid to rebuild his managerial reputation 

Moyes was also pictured in the airport in Miami and in a restaurant with his wife Pamela, but again he could not resist checking his phone.

It is believed that he has reached a financial settlement with United, thought to be around £7million.

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