Former football manager offers to come out of retirement

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Harry Redknapp has sensationally offered to come out of retirement in favour of taking the Leeds United job.

75-year old Redknapp has been out of the game since hanging up his suit and tie in 2017 after 34 years and 642 games of management with his most notable achievements being a two-time trophy winner with Portsmouth, winning the 2002/03 First Division and the 2008 FA Cup with the club.

The Mirror are now reporting that Redknapp wants to make a return, with the Leeds United vacancy taking his fancy.

The club have been without a manager since relieving Jesse Marsch of his duties on February 6th after a loss to Nottingham Forest, with academy coach Michael Skubala and his assistants Chris Armas and Paco Gallardo taking charge while the club find a new fit for the role.

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West Brom coach Carlos Corberan, Feyernoord’s Arne Slot and Rayo Vallecano’s Andoni Iraola have been targets of Leeds’, but all three are said to have rejected the advances of the Yorkshire club.

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