SHERI IN SUGAR BUST-UP.
I understand Teddy is in the mood to move after clashing with blunt speaking chairman Alan Sugar.
He has told close friends he has had enough and is clearly at breaking point.
It's not the first time Sheringham has failed to see eye to eye with the people in power at White Hart Lane.
Questions were asked two years ago, when Teddy was out with a long-standing knee injury. Even his family were upset at the way that situation was handled.
And there was also an incident at Christmas, when Sugar loaned his players his yacht to hold a party.
Four players, including Teddy, overstayed their welcome - forcing Sugar to issue instructions to send them home.
With Spurs out of action last weekend Sheringham took advantage to fly to Barcelona. That sparked speculation he was about to launch a new career in Spain.
But he won't have to go that far for a fresh start if he does decide he wants to get away from Spurs.
Chelsea boss Ruud Gullit has never hidden his admiration for the England ace and would move in given the slightest encouragement.
Yesterday Spurs edged to a 1-0 win over Leeds at White Hart Lane with a Darren Anderton goal.
Arsenal stayed in the title chase with a 2-0 win at Southampton - but Manchester United also won, 2-0 at home to Sheffield Wednesday. Liverpool were held 1-1 at Nottingham Forest.