Harry Redknapp dismisses Queens Park Rangers, Leicester City reports

Harry Redknapp
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Harry Redknapp claims that there is "not a chance" of him replacing Mark Hughes as Queens Park Rangers manager.

Harry Redknapp has insisted that there is no truth in the rumours that he could become the new manager of Queens Park Rangers or Leicester City in the near future.

The 65-year-old has been linked with the QPR job after the London club's poor start to the season but Redknapp claims that he doesn't know why he is being talked about as a replacement for Mark Hughes.

"None whatsoever, not a chance," the former Spurs manager told Sky Sports News. "Mark Hughes is a top manager, I have heard nothing from anybody. I had the same thing last week, I picked up the paper to see I am going to Ipswich because I know the chairman - I'm not going to Ipswich.

"The next thing I am going to Leicester. I have never had any contact with anybody at Leicester. They are flying - Nigel Pearson is doing a great job at Leicester. I don't know where it comes from - somebody makes the story up."

Redknapp recently denied reports that he could become the new Bournemouth manager.

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