Thierry Henry in talks with New York Red Bulls over manager's job

 during the UEFA Champions League Group A match between AS Monaco and Borussia Dortmund at Stade Louis II on December 11, 2018 in Monaco, Monaco.
Image: Thierry Henry was sacked by Monaco in January

Thierry Henry is in talks with New York Red Bulls over becoming the MLS club's manager, Sky Sports News understands.

The former Arsenal striker's first job as a manager ended disastrously, having been sacked by French club Monaco in January following just five wins in three months in charge.

But Henry, who played for the club from 2010 to 2014, is seen by Red Bulls as a candidate who can transform their fortunes on and off the pitch.

Thierry Henry netted two late goals as Arsenal took advantage of a pair of Fabian Barthez mistakes
Image: Henry scored 228 goals during his Arsenal career

His arrival would raise their profile and have a dramatic effect on their commercial revenues.

Red Bulls are currently ninth in the 12-team MLS Eastern Conference.

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They have won only one of their six MLS games this season.

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