Moyes said: "Jordan Pickford has good news and bad news". It is not wrong to say that he has saved us points and goalkeepers that do that are vital and he's done that for us this year, so he will be a big miss.
Pickford is signed on at the club until 2020, but with a suitable replacement in Mannone and the club needing to sell in order to bring in much-needed new faces, the deal could seem inviting for both parties.
The England hopeful hurt his knee in a collision with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and teammate Papy Djilobodji in the 3-1 defeat to Manchester United on Boxing Day. "The bad news is he's strained it". Pickford, 22, is not expected to return until mid-March, a timescale that would increase should he require surgery.
"We think it is between six and eight weeks at the moment but it is a massive blow for us and a massive blow for the boy as well".
Vito Mannone is likely to deputise in the absence of Pickford, having started the campaign as the number one before Pickford forced him out of the side.
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He said: "This will not be a problem to him because he's out six or eight weeks".
Moyes added: "Vito is fine and he's been training for many weeks since his injury".
"He has done it here for a long time, he's got a great record here, so let's hope he can do it again".
Defender Javier Manquillo and midfielders Jack Rodwell and Steven Pienaar are back in training for the trip to Burnley, but Moyes' options will be cut further in January when Lamine Kone, Wahbi Khazri and Didier Ndong head for the African Nations Cup.