Tottenham Hotspur intend to fight off the Football Association’s interest in their manager Harry Redknapp by offering their man a new three-year-deal according to The
Redknapp is the first choice to replace Fabio Capello when the Italian steps down after Euro 2012 and has admitted in the past that he would find it hard to turn down the opportunity to manage his country.
Spurs however are hoping that Redknapp will want to continue his Spurs project and although he has 18 months to run on his current deal, Spurs are eager to tie him to a longer deal.
Redknapp enjoys hero status with the Spurs faithful and chairman Daniel Levy hopes this and an extended contract offer will persuade the England target to stay with the club.
If Redknapp does sign the deal it would also mean Spurs could demand huge compensation from the FA for Redknapp’s signature.
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