White Hart Lane boss returns home.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp will leave hospital today after undergoing a successful procedure to unblock two coronary arteries.
The 64-year-old had two stents inserted to unblock the arteries yesterday and the club said he will be released from hospital either this afternoon or this evening.
Redknapp, who will miss tonight’s Europa League Group A game at Rubin Kazan, has made good progress in his recuperation.
It has yet to be decided whether he will take charge of his team’s game at Fulham on Sunday.
But he was in an upbeat mood yesterday and declaring he would be back at work on Friday.
Assistant manager Kevin Bond will manage the team in Kazan tonight, where Spurs will seal their progression to the last 32 of the Europa League with a win.
Meanwhile, midfielder Rafael van der Vaart admits he is happy with his current form and hopes it will continue.
“Sometimes there’s going to be a game that I don’t score, but I’m in a good flow,” Van der Vaart told Sky Sports News.
“I play for the fans. That’s the most important thing. They buy tickets to come to the stadium to see something nice.
“The whole team, not just me loves to play, and loves to play with each other. We want to fight for each other.
“The top four is our goal.”