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Turkish trip for Henry?

2014-12-03 10:55
Thierry Henry (File)

Cape Town - Thierry Henry's availability has sparked interest in most leagues around the world with Galatasaray the latest club linked with a move for the free agent.

talkSPORT report that the Super Lig of Turkey could be former Arsenal star, Thierry Henry's next footballing destination.

The French striker played his last game for the New York Red Bulls after four and a half years at the club and confirmed his exit from the MLS club on Monday.

Since the announcement, a flurry of interest has surrounded the 37-year-old striker including from 19-time Turkish champions Galatasaray.

Henry will reportedly spending time over December deciding on "the next chapter" of his story which may include retiring from the beautiful game. 

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