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Harry Redknapp expects his Birmingham future to be resolved this week

08 May 2017

Harry Redknapp met Birmingham's owners on Sunday night after keeping Blues in the Championship and expects a decision over his future to be reached this week.

Incredibly, Redknapp's two victories from his three league games matched Zola's win tally from 22.

Speaking to Ian Abrahams for Monday night's Sky Bet EFL Review Show on talkSPORT 2, Redknapp said: "I met the owners last night for the first time and they are lovely people". "I had a really interesting meeting".

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"I will see where they are looking to take the club". It's just a case of wait and see. I haven't spoken to anyone at the club - I wouldn't have a clue what's going on, they may have somebody else in their plans.

Birmingham would be the seventh club of Redknapp's 34 year managerial career and he admits there would be a significant rebuild required at St Andrews, which has hosted Championship football for the last five seasons since the Blues' third relegation from the top flight. I'm not playing hardball with anybody. It's a big ask for me again.

But he's a player that proved during one spell this season that he has still got goals to give and that he's probably not going to make a big-money move to China or America anytime soon. I've come out of it, life is quite good for me at the moment, I've had no pressure and am quite enjoying doing what I'm doing every day when I get up.

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"Look where teams like Norwich and Villa, who spent absolute fortunes, have finished this year".

Negotiations are expected to centre around Birmingham's budget for next season and Redknapp's exact role if he agrees to remain at the club he managed for the final three games of this season.

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Harry Redknapp expects his Birmingham future to be resolved this week