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Spurs boss Harry Redknapp lifts the lid on his relationship with Daniel Levy

20:22 13 June 2012

Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp on the touchline

Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp on the touchline

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The Tottenham manager insisted he has no problem with his chairman

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp insists that he was no problem with chairman Daniel Levy.

Rumours have circulated that there had been a falling out between the two men but the Spurs boss has moved to deny these.

He told ESPN: “I have no problem with the chairman, despite what is being said. It is not true what is being said, that I have a problem with Daniel. I don’t.”

Levy has been dealing with a family bereavement that has caused a hold-up in the negotiations.

“My relationship with Daniel is okay, but he has obviously had more on his plate than my contract,” Redknapp added.

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