Harry Redknapp has denied reports he has held any conversations with Newcastle United about taking over as head coach on a short-term basis.
The former Spurs, West Ham, QPR and Portsmouth boss has been linked with the job since Newcastle’s 3-1 loss against Bournemouth last Saturday with Steve McClaren’s position hanging in the balance.
United’s football board held a meeting out of the city on Monday with Lee Charnley, Graham Carr and Bob Moncur all in attendance.
However, with no immediate announcement made on McClaren’s future, Redknapp has had his say on reports linking him to the job.
Redknapp told TV3: “No, I’ve never spoken to anybody at Newcastle.
“Steve’s still in a job. I like Steve McClaren.
“I’ve worked with Steve, he’s an excellent coach, manager, whatever, but he needs a result quickly.
“But I’ve never spoken to them.
“I was getting on the plane today from Southampton, and everybody thought I was heading to Newcastle. I was heading to Dublin.
“If something came along that was interesting, I would.
“Most of the offers I’m getting at the moment are from far off places in the world where I don’t feel like travelling to at the moment.”