Everton will then hope to conclude the arrival of PSV Eindhoven sporting director Marcel Brands as their new director of football, putting incumbent Steve Walsh's future role at the club into question.
"F*** off Sam Allardyce", Everton fans sung during the 3-1 defeat to West Ham at the London Stadium on Sunday.
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.
"I can't quite say confident after all the rumours I'm reading in the paper", said Allardyce.
"Then look at what I am doing at the same age - or you can wait until I am 63 years old, and then we can compare what I have done".
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Speaking on Sky Sports last night, Allardyce said: "Who knows what is going to happen next?"
Allardyce - unwanted by a lot of Evertonians from the day he was appointed - had come under increasing fire from the Blues' fans over the last few months, and tens of thousands voted with their feet by refusing to stay behind for the lap of appreciation after the last game of the season.
Allardyce is just six months into the 18-month deal he signed in November, after he clawed Everton back from serious decline and relegation nightmares to an eighth-place league finish.
The report claims that there remains an annoyance within Watford's boardroom regarding Everton's conduct earlier in the season and it is still possible that Watford could seek a financial settlement from the Toffees if they were to try to appoint their former boss.
The departure of Allardyce will signal Moshiri's fourth search for a manager in the space of two years and firm target will be Marco Silva, the Portuguese who has been out of work since he was sacked by Watford in January.