Premier League great set for MLS exit.
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry is reportedly set to leave MLS giants New York Red Bulls, according to French source L’Equipe.
The 37-year-old will not renew his current deal with the New York club, leaving him free to move elsewhere, though it has been suggested that retirement from the game may also be a possibility.
The former French international is one of the greats of the modern era, having established himself as one of the best players in the world during his time with Arsenal, for whom he scored 228 goals to become the club’s all-time leading goalscorer.
Henry later played for Barcelona, notably winning the treble in 2008/09 in Pep Guardiola’s first season in charge, though he quickly fell out of favour at the Nou Camp before making the move to the US.
Henry has now been with the New York Red Bulls since 2010, scoring 49 goals in 121 appearances for the club, becoming one of many high-profile players to spend the latter years of their career in the MLS.
However, his time at the club now looks to be at an end, and his future uncertain as he ponders whether or not to end his superb playing career.