Harry Redknapp said to be considering return to management

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Harry Redknapp could make a return to the dugout after six years away if managerless Leeds United offered him the vacant position.

These reports come from the Daily Mirror, who say that the 75-year old could be tempted to get his suit and tie back out if he was offered the job.

Redknapp was last in charge of a team in 2017 when he was Birmingham City boss but was sacked in September of that year, retiring a month later.

Leeds could be seen as a little desperate at this moment in time having seen West Brom’s Carlos Corberan, Rayo Vallecano’s Andoni Iraola and Feyernoord’s Arne Slot all reject offers to be the club’s new manager, with the Mirror reporting that Redknapp is ‘keen’ on being appointed.

Redknapp won the First Division with Portsmouth in 2002/03 and the FA Cup in 2007/08

Leeds currently sit just a point above the relegation zone with Everton, fellow strugglers Southampton, and Chelsea the club’s next three league fixtures, so they need results fast if they are to avoid the drop.

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  1. On the Warnock trail
    Birmingham 1 month manager experience must have been a bitter pill to swallow.
    A job as a sky pundit would suit Harry better.👍

  2. Absolutely brilliant with his experience know how he would get the players really fired up I can’t wait for him to go there. A complete breath of fresh air

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