New York – Thierry Henry felt they had a “debt” to the Arsenal, which deliver the club so the Champions League. Henry also wanted to help the Gunners do that after he retires.
During strengthen Arsenal (1999-2007 and 2012), Henry was able to present the Champions League trophy. French striker was delivering ‘Gunner’ to the finals in 2006, but his team eventually lost to Barcelona.
Henry, Arsenal’s all-time top scorer with 228 goals, is now defending the New York Red Bulls in Major League Soccer (MLS). The 37-year-old claimed not to know what he would do after the MLS season is finished.
“There is no clear. I have not taken any decision or speculate,” said Henry in Soccerway.
“One thing is for sure: I will remain in football, so the coach, so a consultant … we‘ll see,” he added.
If you are already retired, Henry was eager to go back to Arsenal and help his former team. He would be very happy if you could help deliver Arsenal became champions of Europe.
“The second certainty is that I want to see Arsenal win the Champions League,” he said.
“Whether it’s from far or near, it does not depend on me, but I sure would like to help,” said the former Juventus player.
“Because this is my club and, as a player, I was not able to give them a Champions League title,” said Henry.