Thierry Henry rules out a move to Europe

Henry rules out a return to Europe
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New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry will not play in Europe during the MLS off season.

Thierry Henry has ruled out the chance of loan move to Europe during the MLS off season.

The 33-year-old signed for New York Red Bulls last year following his departure from Barcelona, where he won several trophies in three years, including a record six in 2009.

Henry used Arsenal’s training facilities ahead of this American season but said that he won't follow in David Beckham's footsteps by signing on loan in Europe.

"Nope. I am happy here," said Henry. "I am done with Europe. I was fortunate enough to win everything at club level and now I am happy where I am.

"I am trying to help my team win something, which is very difficult. I respect what David has done but right now, for me, no."

The Red Bulls are currently third in the Eastern Conference and look set to qualify for the post-season MLS Cup Playoffs, which includes the top five teams from each division.

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