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David Moyes holds Galatasaray talks

Galatasaray have confirmed that talks with David Moyes have taken place as they seek a replacement for Roberto Mancini but said Joachim Low and Jurgen Klinsmann were their top targets.

Moyes has been out of work since being sacked as Manchester United manager in April after only 10 months in charge at Old Trafford.

Former Manchester City boss Mancini left Galatasaray earlier in June, and the club confirmed to the Press Association that Moyes had visited Turkey to talk to club officials.

However, the Turkish Super Lig side said Germany boss Low and U.S. boss Klinsmann were their priorities.

A spokesman said: "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 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."

Low and Klinsmann have led their sides into the round of 16 at the World Cup in Brazil.

Klinsmann on Friday denied he had been contacted by the club.

"My response is a simple no," he told ESPN's Doug McIntyre after the U.S. team practice in Sao Paulo.

Information from the Press Association was used in this report.

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