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.
Allardyce and his staff will be due substantial compensation when he makes his exit, while he has also collected a "substantial" end of season bonus after he guided Everton to an eighth place finish in the Premier League.
Defining moment: When Sam Allardyce took over for the departed Ronald Koeman (and interim boss David Unsworth) on November 30, Everton sat 13th in the PL table, just five points clear of 18th and two points clear of 16th.
The 63-year-old, who still has 12 months left on his contract, will meet Everton's major shareholder in the next 48 hours and it is anticipated the outcome will be that Allardyce walks away from the position he accepted last November.
When asked about his future on Monday, Allardyce told Sky Sports News: "It's my job to turn that around".
Rooney is believed to have already said his goodbyes at Everton's Finch Farm training ground last Friday ahead of a proposed £12m move to DC United.
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'It is as much as Wayne, his representatives and the board of administrators and what they do, which is the place it's in the intervening time, ' Allardyce mentioned.
Allardyce seemed to accept his fate after the Toffees' final match of the season, a 3-1 defeat by West Ham, on Sunday.
The former England boss has faced criticism from supporters for his style of play, however, with an increasing number calling for a change in manager, but Allardyce intends to honour his two-year contract, which expires next summer. Who knows what's going to happen next.
"The season is finished and I am going to have a meeting with Farhad [Moshiri, the club's leading shareholder] this week and then I will go on my holidays".
"We've had a good season and the voices, who doesn't get stick as a manager?"