Updated: Harry Redknapp was filmed by Sky Sports News trying to get home tonight and said they had tried to bring in ‘a big one’ in the last few hours but no deal could be agreed. Make of that what you will.
Harry Redknapp is at it again. Exactly 12 months ago, after telling everyone that he wouldn’t make a signing on transfer deadline day, the Spurs boss pulled the biggest rabbit out of the hat of his whole career when he brought in Real Madrid and Dutch ace Rafael Van Der Vaart to White Hart Lane on a permanent deal. Now with two hours to go before the end of the transfer window, reports are emerging that he is making moves for former World Player of the Year Kaka, also from Madrid.
A world superstar, the Brazilian playmaker was subject to rumours of a potential £100 million move to Manchester City as one of their first mega-buck signings but he turned down an obscene amount of money in favour of joining Real Madrid in a €68.5 million deal, but he has struggled in Jose Mourinho’s side and has completely fallen out of favour at the Spanish club that the 29 year old may even be available for as little as £15 million. He has been linked with a move to the Premier League all summer and now has wheeler/dealer Harry Redknapp pulled off the biggest deal of his career by bringing in the player on loan?
More as we get it.
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