Thierry Henry's Bordeaux Management Deal Has Broken Down

The former Arsenal player's appointment as manager for the Ligue 1 side Bordeaux has broken down over wage demands by the French man. Some days ago it seems almost a done deal that Henry will be standing on Bordeaux's sidelines before September. Now things have fallen apart, according to French football writer Jeremy Smith it's now certain that Thierry Henry won't be taking the job as his wage demands and transfer funds were just too high.
It's reported that the former gunner wants a €200k-a-month, an amount which the owners of the Ligue 1 outfit deemed too much for a first-time manager.
Thierry Henry
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With the deal broken and no new deal around the corner yet, that means Thierry Henry is still searching for his first job as a club manager, having worked as an assistant for the Belgium National team under Roberto Martinez at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where Belgium claimed a bronze medal for their third place finish.
Henry who was working as a pundit on Sky Sports stated earlier in August that he was given the job up to focus on his long term ambition to be a football manager. He also stated that he has not held talks with any club or national team, and until he's contacted by any football team he will be patient.

Well! With the way things are going, I think Henry will have to be patient for some more time...
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