Arsene Wenger told that he would like to see Thierry Henry as Arsenal head coach one day. Two years after his departure from the club, in which he was the manager during 22 years, Wenger said to The Guardian that it was his hope to see the French coach at the north London club one day.
Even though he wished him luck in his future as a coach, Wenger said that Thierry's arrival could only be made after Mikel Arteta winning the Premier League at the club. Henry is still doing his first experiences as a coach. He started at Monaco, where things didn't go as he was waiting.
On the French club, he managed just 20 games, from which his team won four, and he was sacked. After that, he went to Montreal Impact, where he managed the team during 21 games and won six. After all, 10 wins out of 31 games seems not to be enough for a manager to stand at Arsenal.
Arteta, aged 38, started as Arsenals head coach after a brief experience as Pep Guardiola assistant at Manchester City. Until now, he managed the team during 35 matches, of which he won 22.