Harry Redknapp eyes new Tottenham deal
Wednesday 06 June 2012
The Tottenham Hotspur mananger, Harry Redknapp, has urged the club to hurry up and offer him a new contract – if they think he is worth it.
The 65-year-old's current deal expires next summer with talks over an extension having stalled earlier this year amid speculation linking Redknapp, above, with the England manager's role.
The situation is yet to be resolved and Redknapp said yesterday: "It's up to Tottenham whether they want to extend that contract or not. It's not an easy one when players know you've only got a year left. If they think I'm okay and I've done a decent job an deserve an extension, they'll give it to me."
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