Moshiri will arrive in the United Kingdom on Tuesday for a series of board meetings which will be crucial to determining the way forward for Everton this summer and while the Iranian billionaire admires Allardyce, he recognises the depth of ill-feeling toward him and knows change is required.
With Wayne Rooney being linked to a move to MLS, the FC panel discuss which destination will suit the Evertonian best in the twilight of his career. Generally there's no smoke without fire. "We will wait and see when we meet up this week'".
ESPN led with claims from their sources that Allardyce would be leaving Everton later this week and that was followed by corroborating suggestion by Andy Hunter which will be on the back page of tomorrow's print edition of The Guardian.
"You came into Everton and Everton needed stability, and my God you've given them that, and a tremendous eighth-place finish", White said to Allardyce.
Allardyce, who has a year remaining on his 18-month contract, is set to discover his fate in the next few days after he revealed on Sky Sports News that he has a meeting scheduled with Farhad Moshiri, and in truth all signs point to an exit before the week it out.
Allardyce took over from Ronald Koeman at Everton last November and guided them away from trouble at the wrong end of the table, but he has been unable to win over a section of the club's fans.
The Hornets refused to let Silva go only to sack him in January, citing the disruption caused by Everton's "unwarranted approach" for a major dip in form.
The Blues will now look to Marco Silva, who was favourite for the job when Ronald Koeman was sacked late past year, and who lost the dressing room at Watford once he announced his desire to take over at Goodison Park.