Welsh football governing body considering to bring in Thierry Henry as next manager.
Thierry Henry is a surprise candidate to the vacancy job.
Former Wales international player, Craig Belamy and John Hartson are known to be interested to take over the job.
The job was vacant after Chris Coleman resigned and decided to took over Sunderland after fail to qualify for next year’s 2018 World Cup.
Gareth Bale lead Wales teammates to persuade Coleman but to no avail.
United and Wales legend Ryan Giggs are also strongly linked to the post.
The Welsh Football Governing body is looking for a capable replacement but one thing they are not looking for in Englishmen.
They believe a Welsh manager is better than English manager as they are more passion to them.
The reason why Welsh link Thierry Henry with the job is because the Arsenal legend did his coaching badges in Wales and there is a good relationship between them.
The French legend is currently working as pundit and also as an assistant manager for Belgium under Roberto Martinez.
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has given huge credit and compliment being able to learn from the maestro himself and have gotten him good scoring results.
But, a good player isn’t necessary a good manager, with exception of Zinedine Zidane who has shine in both as a player as a manager.
Do Henry has what it takes?