Championship side Bournemouth are set to appoint former Arsenal and Barcelona striker Thierry Henry as their new manager according to a number of reports.
Henry, 43, is currently the manager of CF Montreal in MLS after a failed spell in charge of Monaco and time spent as an assistant to Roberto Martinez with Belgium.
A report from The Mirror says that Bournemouth have interviewed Henry and are keen to move to appoint him as their new boss.
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The Cherries have been looking for a new manager for the past couple of weeks since they sacked Jason Tindall.
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The report says that the other names who have been interviewed include Henry’s former team-mate Patrick Vieira as well as John Terry and David Wagner.
Bournemouth currently sit sixth in the Championship table , three points clear with a game in hand over seventh-placed Cardiff City.
Amongst the Bournemouth squad is former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere.
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