Thierry Henry has four managerial options available to him, according to Sports Mole.
Thierry Henry has reportedly been offered four options to begin his managerial career within the near future. The France legend is keen to become a manager after spending two years as assistant manager to Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez.
Henry quit his punditry role with Sky Sports after this summer’s World Cup in Russia citing his desire to become a full-time manager as his reasons for leaving Sky Sports.
Reports suggest the former Arsenal star has been approached by a number of teams but will take his time to consider the pros and cons before making a final decision sometime around August.
Henry has been linked with the Managerial post in Aston Villa all week but the West-Midlands club have decided to keep faith in Steve Bruce.
Henry also gained valuable experience as the coach of the Arsenal U-18’s team before leaving to become a pundit with Sky Sports.
Henry will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of former Arsenal and France teammate Patrick Vieira who was appointed as the manager of French club OGC Nice after spending time as the manager of MLS side New York FC.