Arsenal legend Thierry Henry to become Sky Sports pundit?

Henry to become Sky pundit?
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Sky Sports reportedly win the race to sign Thierry Henry as a regular football pundit.

Sky Sports have reportedly won the race to tie down former Arsenal player Thierry Henry as a pundit.

The 37-year-old Frenchman, who is the Gunners' all-time leading goalscorer, is said to have been courted by British trio Sky, BT Sport and the BBC over a regular role as an analyst for their football coverage.

According to The Sun, Sky have beaten off the competition and could make Henry a pundit on their 'Monday Night Football' programme that is currently headlined by former Premier League defenders Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher.

Currently a striker with New York Red Bulls in MLS, Henry would join Sky if he retires from professional football when the American season finishes in December.

He already has punditry experience having made the odd appearance for Sky last season as well as a role with the BBC during this summer's World Cup in Brazil.

Thierry Henry in action for Arsenal on November 28, 1999.
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