Date: 30th April 2017 at 11:11am
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Harry Redknapp’s future at Birmingham City remains ’50/50′, according to a source close to the club.

It was thought that Redknapp’s future at St. Andrews rested solely on keeping Blues in the Championship. But the 70 year-old will first seek assurances that he will be backed with the finances to mount a play-off push next season.

A contract has been provisnally drawn up by the Blues board who are keen for Redknapp to commit for two years.

A source close to the club confirmed- ‘If and when safety is confirmed, the club will hold further discussions with Harry. No agreement is in place at this point but conferring with Harry is paramount to the club – it remains a 50/50 situation for both parties to agree’.

Steve McClaren was seen at St. And5rews during yesterday’s win over Huddersfield Town. But Vital Birmingham understands that the former England and Derby manager was attending his fourth game this week and has been present at other stadiums.

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2 Replies to “Harry Redknapp’s Birmingham City future is ’50/50′”

  • Honestly believe next game will be the most important for years-not just about HR but for the future of Blues.Survival has never been more paramount. Have I the bottle to go to Ashton Gate? No.

  • I agree with Brooklyn. And our team can not go in to this hoping for a draw and forest or Blackburn lose or draw we have to win the game to guaranty our safety of our own doing.

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