Floating around various media outlets during his short time away from the game, it’s all rather surpassing to see Harry Redknapp still genuinely linking himself to Premier League jobs whenever they pop up.
Sniffing an opportunity post Bob Bradley’s swift, if unsurprising, sacking from Swansea, the former Spurs boss sensed an opportunity in the shape of Welsh side Swansea.
Discussing Bradley’s sacking on TalkSPORT, Redders, who’s previous foray into Premier League management ended in, well, knee troubles, showed no shame when alerting the Swans hierarchy that he was basically packed up and ready for the job.
I think if the opportunity and the challenge came up it would be one that would be interesting.
It’s a good club Swansea. Where they’ve come from and what they’ve done. You go there and the atmosphere is absolutely fantastic for their games at home.
I’ve not heard anything, I’ve had no approach from anybody but it’s a good club.
Swansea fans will no doubt be overjoyed.
(Via Wales Online)