The Dutch maestro will always be remembered for his time at with Arsenal’s Invincibles for his dazzling skills and partnership with Thierry Henry.
Bergkamp spent 11 years in north London, on route to 109 goals and 71 assists in 402 appearances. Although that magical goal against Newcastle United in 2002 sums up what an incredible talent he was.
After retiring in 2006, Bergkamp has since taken on coaching roles for the Netherlands, Ajax and Almere City in his homeland.
Perhaps the greatest Arsenal player of all-time, Henry’s was invincible as he destroyed Premier League defences week-in-and-week-out.
The French striker conquered up some spectacular goals at Highbury with the famous wonder volley outside the box against Manchester United in 2000 being one of his finest, if not the best.
Two Premier League titles, three FA Cups and two Community Shields came during Henry’s eight-year stay in London.
After enjoying a trophy-laden three years at Barcelona, Henry made a short emotional return to Arsenal in January 2012 on loan from MLS club New York Red Bulls.
He nows works as the manager of Montreal Impact in the MLS following an unsuccessful first attempt at AS Monaco. Henry was also Roberto Martinez’s right-hand man for Belgium between 2016 and 2018.