United States boss Jurgen Klinsmann is very interested in replacing Harry Redknapp at Tottenham, according to The Mirror.
The experienced manager is tipped as the most likely candidate to replace Fabio Capello at the helm of Three Lions, and the FA chiefs are set to approach Redknapp in the coming days.
The former Portsmouth boss will probably be allowed to finish the season with Spurs before taking over the reigns of the national team, and The Mirror claims that former Tottenham player Jurgen Klinsmann is interested in replacing Redknapp at White Hart Lane.
The 47-year-old had two very successful spells as a player at White Hart Lane and he is now keen on getting the manager job as well.
Klinsmann led Germany to third place in the 2006 World Cup and is currently head coach of United States national team.
The Mirror believes Klinsmann would get a warm welcome at White Hart Lane and the talented boss is, therefore, seen as one of the favourites to replace Redknapp, should the current Tottenham manager accept the offer to take over the reigns of the Three Lions.