Former French forward, Thierry Henry, has agreed to become the new manager of French Ligue 1 side, Girondins Bordeaux, according to reports in France.
RMC claims Henry has said yes to the club following the sacking of Gus Poyet, who labelled Bordeaux board a ‘disgrace’.
The former Sunderland boss was furious at the club's decision to sell midfielder, Gaetan Laborde, without his knowledge.
Players at the club have reportedly refused to train in protest of Poyet's sacking.
Henry, an Arsenal legend, left his punditry role with Sky Sports to venture into coaching.
He worked as an assistant to Roberto Martinez in the Belgium national team to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where the team finished third.
The France 1998 World Cup winner had also worked as a youth team coach at Arsenal.