Thierry Henry may return to English football. The Frenchman is the favorite for a new manager of Bournemouth.
Sky Sports reports that Bournemouth's management has held several talks with the former Arsenal player and negotiations between the two countries are progressing.
The team is currently led by Jonathan Woodgate. Jason Tyndall was fired in early February due to poor results.
Henri started his coaching career as an assistant to Roberto Martinez in the Belgian national team, where he worked from 2016 to 2018.
He then led Monaco without much success and is currently leading the MLRS team Montreal.
Other candidates for Bournemouth's new manager include John Terry, David Wagner and Patrick Vieira.