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Spurs boss has recently slammed reports that he has resigned and has now moved to rebuff claims that he has clashed with the club chairman over a prospective new deal

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has moved to deny reports that he has fallen out with club chairman Daniel Levy.

It had been claimed that Redknapp and Levy had clashed over a prospective new deal for the Spurs boss, with Redknapp’s current deal set to expire at the end of next season.

The speculation comes after reports suggested that the 65-year-old had quit White Hart Lane. However, Redknapp has strongly denied the allegations and insists that there is no conflict between himself and Levy.

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"I have no problem with the chairman, despite what is being said," Redknapp told reporters.

"It is not true what is being said, that I have a problem with Daniel. I don't.

"My relationship with Daniel is okay, but he has obviously had more on his plate than my contract."

Speculation regarding Redknapp’s future has been rife for months following the departure of Fabio Capello from the England manager’s post.

The Spurs boss was the hot favourite to replace the Italian until Roy Hodgson was announced as the new manager of the Three Lions.