Redknapp keen on England job, but admits leaving Spurs will be tough

   Mar 13, 11:49 am

London, Mar.13 (ANI): Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has said that he is still keen on listening to an offer from the Football Association (FA) for the job of England manager, but has admitted that leaving the Spurs will be tough.

The Daily Mail understands Redknapp still regards becoming the England manager is the ultimate job and would be extremely tempted by an invitation to take charge of England this summer, despite his strong commitment to Spurs.

'I'm not sure,' said Redknapp when asked if he would like to manage England.

'I have a very good job at Tottenham today, and I like it, but I do not know. We will wait and see,' he added.

In a separate interview with the Radio Times, Redknapp also touched on the scrutiny the England manager is under.

But he would find it difficult to say no, should the FA approach his employers and follow that with an attractive offer. (ANI)

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