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Harry Redknapp has said on Redknapp’s Big Night Out, which was broadcast on Sky One, that he is ‘ready’ to step back into management with Tottenham Hotspur again.

Redknapp still ranks one of Tottenham’s finest managers of the modern era.

During his first stint in charge he led Spurs back to the Champions League, after years in the wilderness.

With Tottenham now looking for a new manager to take charge, following Jose Mourinho’s dismissal, it was put to Redknapp that he should take the job again.

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And he said: “I’m ready! I’m ready, yeah. I can’t quite see it happening to be truthful.”

Redknapp also added that he feels Daniel Levy will have a new manager in place.

“I must be honest the timing of it, the week of a cup final! Knowing Daniel someone will be in place,” he said.

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Ryan Mason is the man currently selected to be in charge at Tottenham.

Mason’s only previous experience of management comes with Tottenham’s youth-team.

But he is certainly being thrown in at the deep end, with Spurs taking on Manchester City in the League Cup final.

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