The Guardian says Redknapp's future as Tottenham manager is shrouded in uncertainty after it emerged that he is in conflict with the chairman, Levy, over a new contract.
Redknapp has no intention of resigning but could be sacked by Levy, who is furious at the manner in which the club missed out on Champions League qualification. Tottenham had a 10-point cushion in February and the chairman holds his manager responsible for the failure. The pair are due to hold talks imminently.
Leading figures within the Premier League managerial fraternity say that it would not surprise them were Redknapp to part company with Tottenham.