Arsene Wenger could be sacked by Arsenal and replaced by Thierry Henry toward the end of the season after an adjustment in the boardroom. As per reports, Wenger is presently battling for his job after the son of majority shareholder Josh Kroenke ventured up his work at the club.
Wenger is generally anticipated to leave at the end of the season and Arsenal non-official director Josh Kroenke is a major aficionado of the legendary forward Henry.
Henry, who has coached Arsenal’s youth academy amid his studies for the A-License, and was offered the part as Under-18s manager but he chose he couldn’t do it in accordance with his regular TV roles.
Josh and Henry are close pals, whose impact since being required in the club from 2013 has expanded. The Belgium assistant coach has been filling in as a Pundit for Sky Sports, however, is going to pass his Uefa Pro License honing badge in time for the begin of next season.
Henry has worked under Managers, the likes of Pep Guardiola, and Wenger, while France World Cup-winning colleague Zinedine Zidane is presently heading affairs as head coach of Spanish giant Real Madrid. Also, having been around such fruitful characters, Josh accepts there is no motivation behind why Henry can’t take a comparative pathway to the highest point of the managerial role, reports the Telegraph.
Henry who has been acting as a collaborator to Roberto Martinez has made it clear his fantasy part is to oversee Arsenal one day.
Kroenke Jr is accepted to have as of now picked Henry’s brains on his arrangements to move into administration during regular meetings and if Arsenal requires a new coach, the Frenchman will be on the rundown of potential candidates.