Thierry Henry is a living Arsenal legend. The top scorer in the club’s history, with 228 goals, and a statue in front of the Emirates Stadium, the former French striker dreams of writing a new chapter in the history of the Gunners. In an interview with FourFourTwo magazine, Henry spoke of his passion for Arsenal and revealed his dream of becoming the club’s coach in the future.

“If you ask an Arsenal fan if he would like to run the club one day, he will say yes. If you ask a fan if he would like to score a goal for Arsenal, he will say yes. I am an Arsenal fan”, said Henry. “If you are asking me if I would like to coach Arsenal one day, then yes”, he added.

Henry ended his career with the New York Red Bulls, from the United States, and began to prepare to be a coach. The first experience off the pitch took place between 2016 and 2018, as an assistant to Roberto Martínez in the Belgium team. His solo career started after the Russian World Cup, when Henry took over Monaco, his second job was at Montreal Impact, a club that Henry left a few days ago. He was recently quoted to head Bournemouth.