Loftus Road boss set for tempting Upton Park offer.
Harry Redknapp is reportedly being linked with an emotional return to West Ham as the Hammers look to bring the QPR manager to replace Sam Allardyce according to the Daily Mirror.
Though Allardyce guided West Ham back into the Premier League the Upton Park side are looking to persuade Redknapp to return to the club he spent the best part of two decades representing, including a decade as a player and seven years as boss from 1994 to 2001.
It’s looking increasingly unlikely that Redknapp will keep QPR from the drop and given that Allardyce’s current deal comes to an end in May there seems a possibility that the 66 year old could return to West Ham.
Such a move may well be all the more tempting now that West Ham have secured the rights to the Olympic Stadium which will have a dramatic effect on the club in financial terms and the club’s supporters would no doubt welcome back Redknapp with open arms.
QPR would demand a decent fee to release Redknapp from his lucrative contract with the West London side.