Speculation Sam Allardyce would leave his position at West Ham has reached fever pitch after it was confirmed his Canary Wharf flat has been sold.
According to the Evening Standard, the Irons manager is moving out of his flat on the Isle of Dogs on Friday and is due to go on holiday immediately after the Irons' final Premier League game this season.
However, a club source told the paper: "It would be a mistake to read too much into this.”
The 60-year-old has stated he wants to stay with the club - and take them into the Olympic Stadium - but with a series of replacements already rumoured to be in line to take his position, it seems his departure is likely.
Among those rumoured to be in line to take over are former West Ham defender Slaven Bilic and former Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez.