Speculation continues about the West Ham manager's position. And it's all one-way traffic.
Indeed, the 60-year-old manager is said to be moving out of his Canary Wharf apartment this Friday, with a source telling the London paper that the apartment has already been sold.
Meanwhile, the report goes on to suggest further developments that may aid Allardyce's departure from West Ham, suggesting Teddy Sheringham's links with the Stevenage job, as well as Ian Hendon's with the Leyton Orient post, are all factors that push Big Sam away from Upton Park.
West Ham have won just three of their last 20 Premier League games and the majority of supporters appear to want the 60-year-old to leave once his contract expires at the end of the season.
What is less clear, however, is exactly who will replace Allardyce as the Hammers' head coach.