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The Frenchman has also attracted interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain

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Harry Redknapp has 'back to the wall' court hears

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Harry Redknapp pictured arriving at court with son Jamie

Emotional Harry Redknapp vigorously denies lying in court

Harry Redknapp fought back tears in court today as he fiercely denied telling his tax evasion trial "a pack of lies".

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Harry Redknapp arrives at Southwark Crown Court

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Harry Redknapp arrives at Southwark Crown Court

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Harry Redknapp with striker Peter Crouch after he signed for Portsmouth in July 2008

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Redknapp pictured outside Southwark Crown Court

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Football boss Harry Redknapp threatened to "sue the bollocks" off a journalist as he angrily denied taking bungs, a court heard today.

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Patrice Evra believes he must show leadership on and off the field after inheriting the Manchester United captaincy.

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