Harry Redknapp denies new Tottenham deal on the table
Harry Redknapp remains a strong favourite to become the next England manager, although the Tottenham boss has said little about the position that was made vacant after Fabio Capello decided to resign in February.
March 9th, 2012
Naturally, Tottenham supporters would love to keep Redknapp at the Lane and they will hope that Daniel Levy offers the 65-year-old a new contract, although the Spurs manager denies there is an agreement in place.
“I speak to Daniel every day and he wants me to stay, which is fantastic, but at the moment he has not made me a contract offer, and I haven’t pushed for one either.”
It has emerged that Chas and Dave have penned a song attempting to keep Redknapp at the north London club, something that brought a smile to his face.
“It sounds OK. I will get it in the car in the morning,” Redknapp said with a smile.
“Kevin will be pleased with that one. I will put that on instead of Max Bygraves. I used to love Chas and Dave. They were great characters. It’s my type of music – proper good old East End music.”