Harry Redknapp has laughed off speculation he could have taken over as Nigeria’s boss.
The former Tottenham and Portsmouth manager was rumoured to have been the lined up by Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Sport to replace Gernot Rohr as the Super Eagles coach.
However, on Tuesday, the Nigerian Football Federation confirmed that Rohr had reached an agreement to continue in his role in charge of the three-time African champions.
Redknapp joked: “Yeah, well I spoke to Sandra and she’s always wanted to live in Nigeria.
“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!”
The 73-year-old, who has not managed since a brief stint at Birmingham in 2017, 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.”
Rohr’s deal was due to expire in June, but that has now been extended.