Thierry Henry looks set to take over as manager of premiere league side Aston Villa.
The 40-year-old entered the coaching realm by becoming Belgium’s assistant manager under Roberto Martinez who chose Henry ahead of the World Cup.
Belgium reached the World Cup semi-final and finished in third place.
But it appears Henry is set to leave his role within Belgium’s backroom staff by returning to England.
According to reports, Henry has ‘verbally agreed’ to leap into management by taking charge of Aston Villa.
Following his coaching gig at the World Cup, Henry is considering a full-time management role.
Some reports also suggest a verbal agreement is in place for Henry to be Villa’s new boss but a few details need to be ironed out before Henry pens a contract at Villa Park.
This deatils include agreeing a salary package and transfer budget for new recruits.
Steve Bruce is the current man at the helm of affairs at Villa.