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Harry Redknapp scores £500,000 deal to become new face of McDonald’s

I'M A Celeb winner Harry Redknapp has netted a £500,000 deal to become the new face of McDonald's.

It's the former Spurs manager's first big deal since being crowned King of the jungle last year, the Mirror has revealed.

Harry Redknapp has scored a £500,000 deal to become new face of McDonald's.

An source told the publication: “Since Harry left the jungle everybody’s been vying for his signature. McDonald’s won out and they have a star striker in Harry.

“The ads touch upon a healthier approach to life and Harry’s time on I’m A Celeb, so it’s unlikely his beloved roly-poly will make an appearance. They’re sure to be a big hit.”

The fast food chain have signed him up for sports-themed TV ads set to go out in the spring.

Former Tottenham boss Harry, 71, was crowned jungle king last month after viewers warmed to his winning personality.

He was famed for his love of jam roly-poly, as well as his adoration for his wife of 54 years, Sandra.

His McDonald's deal comes as the Sun Online revealed the retired football manager is set to rake in £32,000 every two hours during his money-spinning live shows thanks to fans snapping up thousands of seats costing £80 and more.

Harry, who picked up half a million pounds for appearing on I'm A Celeb, is set to pull in even more when he hits the road on tour this year.

On Monday, Harry revealed the 32 towns where he will be telling his amazing anecdotes, having put together a tour in double-quick time to capitalise on his telly success.

But with thousands of the best seats reserved for people paying upwards of £80, fans may have to dig deep if they want to see him live.

At Manchester's Bridgewater Hall, 203 tickets for An Audience With Harry Redknapp - nearly a third - were reserved for punters on the £83 VIP package.

When you add those to the 469 tickets that cost £33, it means Harry's show will be taking £32,326 from the two-hour talk.

Harry Redknapp belts out My Way with wife Sandra to recreate I'm A Celebrity karaoke night

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