- Thierry Henry could be named as Bournemouth's next manager in the coming weeks
- The Arsenal legend is a dine minute inclusion among the likes of Vieira, Terry and Lampard
-The 43-year-old is currently the manager of Major League Soccer outfit Montreal Impact
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has been tipped to become the next manager of Championship side Bournemouth, Daily Mail.
The Cherries have been without a manager since the sacking of Jason Tindall earlier in the month and the current boss of Montreal Impact boss is among the candidates vying for the position.
Henry's former teammate Patrick Vieira and former Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner are also in the running for the top job.
Reports also claim that Frank Lampard has been linked with the Championship side despite being relieved of his duties as Chelsea boss last month.
Fulham's boss Scott Parker was also approached by Bournemouth shortly after Eddie Howie was sacked last summer.
Henry worked as Monaco's boss for three months in 2018 after he assisted Roberto Martinez as coach of the Belgian national team.
The 43-year-old then joined Montreal, signing a two-year deal until 2021 with an option to extend it by a further season.
Bournemouth are currently in the Championship table, 12 points off leaders Norwich and 11 behind Brentford who are occupying the final automatic promotion spot.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp subtly hinted goalkeeper Alisson was to blame for his side’s 3-1 defeat to Leicester City.
Alisson was heavily backed by his manager midweek after several howlers in the Red’s previous match, a 4-1 defeat to Manchester City.
In a press conference, Klopp seemed to hint he had talked to his shot-stopper and he would be back to his sparkling best ahead of the trip to the King Power.
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