- The former Tottenham and Portsmouth manager was reportedly linked to the Super Eagles Job before it was confirmed that Genort Rohr will continue to take charge for 2 more years.
The president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick on Wednesday, announced that an agreement between NFF and the German tactician to continue as the Coach of the Super Eagles till 2022.
However, before the announcement, there was news linking the English man as a possible replaced for the super Eagles Job.
Redknapp has laughed off the news, saying he plans selling his house and move down to Nigeria with his wife.
“Yeah, well I spoke to Sandra and she’s always wanted to live in Nigeria,” Redknapp told talk SPORT.
“She said it’s amazing that this has come up now because that was her dream. So we’re looking to sell up, we’re putting the house on the market. We’re looking to get somewhere over there if possible. I’m sure, she’d love it there. I’ve told her, she’d absolutely love it. I’m ready to go!” he added.
Speaking seriously, Redknapp then added:
“I actually went there a few years ago with Portsmouth, we played Manchester United, but I don’t think I’ll really be going back.