Currently on duty at Major League Soccer side Montreal, Thierry Henry is said to be leading the race to take over Bournemouth coaching job.
Also cited, Chelsea legend John Terry and former Huddersfield Boss David Wagner.
No agreement has been reached for the moment, but chances are strong to see Thierry Henry taking over the Championship side.
As a reminder, Jason Tindall, who replaced Eddie Howe after the Cherries were relegated, was sacked two weeks ago by Bournemouth.
In addition, Henry, 43, has been assistant of Roberto Martinez at Belgium’s national team before leaving the Red Devils for Monaco in 2018.
In his managerial career so far, Henry oversaw 49 games, won 14, drew 8 and lost 27.