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Thierry Henry Linked with Third Spell at Arsenal - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will not rule out the possibility of bring Thierry Henry back to the club for a third spell in January according to the BBC.
Henry could be interested in the move which would keep him fit while he’s not playing for current MLS side New York. It has the potential to benefit Arsenal in a number of ways if a deal comes together.
With the African Cup of Nations just around the corner, Arsenal could soon be without key attacking players Gervinho and Marouane Chamakh. Henry would provide valuable cover in the Arsenal squad and would provide competition with Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud over a starting role in the side.
It would also benefit Arsene Wenger in his quest to keep Theo Walcott at the club because Henry was in a similar situation to the Arsenal winger. Henry was originally signed by Wenger as a winger before he was converted into one of the best Arsenal ...
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Arsene Wenger has not ruled out bringing Arsenal legend Thierry Henry back for a third spell with the club.
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