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Thierry Henry is likely to make a dramatic return to Arsenal on a two-month loan deal. The Daily Mail reports Arsenal has made a loan offer to the New York Red Bulls, and it is likely that both the MLS club and Gunners' legend will accept it. "Arsenal have finally offered Thierry Henry a contract to return to the club on a two-month loan," the report reads. "With Gervinho and Marouane Chamakh heading to the Africa Cup of Nations next month, the Arsenal manager [Arsene Wenger] has concluded that top scorer Robin van Persie needs help to lighten his scoring...
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was on the verge of offering club legend Thierry Henry a two-month loan deal late Wednesday, The (London) Daily Telegraph reported, citing sources.
Wenger is reportedly eager for the Frenchman to return to help provide cover for Gervinho during the African Cup of Nations, while also easing the burden on star striker Robin van Persie.
Arsenal are expected to complete a two-month loan deal for club legend Thierry Henry within the next 48 hours. The...
The 70-year-old believes that Liverpool legends such as Paisley, Shankly and Fagan would not have agreed with the club's stance in support of Luis Suarez over his eight-match ban
Thierry Henry has been linked with a loan move back to his former club, which is struggling for quality replacements when the first team regulars are absent or performing badly.
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Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Arsenal are close to a deal to bring Thierry Henry back to the club on...
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Thierry Henry will sign a two-month
deal to return to Arsenal if insurance agreements can be worked out
with New York Red Bulls.