Aston Villa? Mo Salah’s manager? Thierry Henry posts a career update

Thierry Henry to become a manager

A few weeks ago, Thierry Henry opened up about the next stage of his professional career.

Having made a name for himself at Arsenal and Barcelona in his playing days, Thierry Henry is now moving into the world of management.

Henry was Roberto Martinez’s assistant with Belgium during the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Henry has quit his post as a pundit with Sky Sports.

The French star has made it clear he now intends to go into football management.

Aston Villa? Mo Salah’s manager?

Since making his announcement, Thierry Henry has been linked with several posts.

First off, Henry was tipped to replace Steve Bruce at Aston Villa.

Indeed, the Aston Villa rumours included claims that Henry could pinch Arsenal’s defensive coach Steve Bould with his to Villa Park.

Villa, who have since gone through a takeover, have given Steve Bruce their vote of confidence.

This week a new rumour surfaced, linking Henry with the Egyptian manager’s post.

Will the French legend be in charge of Liverpool’s Mo Salah with the Pharaohs?

Thierry Henry posts a career update

On Thursday, Thierry Henry has felt compelled to post an update about his next career move.

Sadly for Aston Villa and Egypt, Henry has distanced himself from those posts.

Indeed, the French legend confirmed he’s not spoken to either party.

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