Redknapp – Jose has a big job to do at Spurs in the summer
Harry Redknapp believes that Jose Mourinho has a big job to do in the summer to change Tottenham Hotspur’s fortunes. The Londoners were eliminated from the UCL by Leipzig on a 4:0 aggregate scoreline after losing 3 nil in the second leg in Germany, taking their winless run to six games.
They are also 7 points off the top 4 places and were recently knocked out of the FA Cup by Norwich. Redknapp who managed the club between 2008 and 2012 in a chat with Sky Sports said:
“They’ve got a bit of work to do to get back to where they were a few years ago.
“The last year or so they have gone backwards quite a way in all honesty – Jose has a big job to do in the summer.
“He needs some good recruitment, a couple of new players and see where they go next year.”
Redknapp went on to speak about Chelsea’s young sensation Billy Gilmour who has impressed tremendously for the Blues in midfield in their last two games.
“What about the little boy Billy Gilmour? What a footballer he looks,” Redknapp said.
“A throwback to the old days of a little midfielder who can play and is too clever for anyone to get near him to kick him.