HARRY REDKNAPP is set to seal a sensational U-turn in retirement – after offering to manage Leeds again.
The former Tottenham manager retired from football management in 2017.
However, the 75-year-old is now poised for a remarkable comeback in management as Leeds are without a manager desperate for a new boss.
The Whites have been without a coach since Jesse Marsch was fired.
In games since his sacking, the team has been managed by a trio of coaches.
Academy coach Michael Skubala has taken the reins for the next two clashes against Everton and Southampton.
In the last two games he oversaw, they saw a draw and lost to Manchester United in a double-header.
Leeds have already been rejected by a number of managers.
They include West Brom manager Carlos Corberan, Feyenoord’s Arne Slot and Rayo Vallecano boss Andoni Iraola.
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