Thierry Henry retires
The former Arsenal and France striker Thierry Henry has today announced his retirement from football after a 20 year long career.
Henry has left New York Red Bulls but there was speculation that he might choose to play on at another club.
"It has been an incredible journey," he said.
He also said that he don´t know what he´ll do now. "It has always been a dream to be a manager for me. But I don´t know at the moment.
Thierry Henry won a silver medal in the World Cup 1998 and a gold medal in Euro 2000 with France. He´s France´s record goalscorer. He played for Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal and Barcelona in his career. He scored 175 Premier League goals and is fourth on the list of all-time scorers. Henry won two Premier League titles and three FA Cups with Arsenal. He also won Champions League with Barcelona in 2009.
"I would like to thank all the fans, team-mates and individuals involved with AS Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona, the New York Red Bulls and, of course, the French national team that have made my time in the game so special," said Henry in a statement.
"I have had some amazing memories (mostly good!) and a wonderful experience. I hope you have enjoyed watching as much as I have enjoyed taking part."
A number of current and former players have tweeted their reactions to Henry's retirement.
After his statement, Henry later tweeted following: