Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has been linked with the managerial job at Major League Soccer (MLS) club New York Red Bulls but recent reports claim that the club is not looking to make a change in that department.
According to MLSoccer.com, the Arsenal legend is unlikely to take over the New York Red Bulls managerial job.
Thierry Henry attained legendary status at Arsenal after he finished as the Gunners’ all-time topscorer during his two spells at the club.
He was a pundit with Sky Sports before he resigned from the job to concentrate on his managerial career.
Thierry Henry was the assistant manager with the Belgium national team setup under manager Roberto Martinez.
The Frenchman was part of the coaching crew that masterminded a third-place finish for the Red Devils of Belgium at the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia.
Henry took the managerial job at French Ligue 1 giants AS Monaco but didn’t spend more than three months before he was sacked.
The former Gunners striker was previously a player at AS Monaco before his ill-fated spell at Juventus.
Thierry Henry went on to join Arsenal from the Italians in 1999.
The Arsenal legend was replaced by Leonardo Jardim at Monaco earlier this year.