The Super Eagles of Nigeria are reportedly eyeing up a former Tottenham Hotspur manager to replace Sunday Oliseh, who resigned last month.
Oliseh resigned from his post seven months into job via twitter, claiming there was a lack of support and unpaid wages.
However, the Super Eagles also missed out on a chance to qualify for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, following their 1-0 loss to Egypt during the recent international break.
According to the Sun, former Spurs and Queens Park Rangers manager, Harry Redknapp is wanted by the Super Eagles.
Redknapp is currently the interim manager of Jordan national team and he has already managed two matches, an 8-0 win over Bangladesh and a 5-1 loss to Australia.
Having missed out on Afcon qualification for the second successive time, Nigeria are now hoping to bounce back ahead of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers and Redknapp could be the man to lead them to Russia in 2018.
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