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Arsene Wenger provides update on potential Thierry Henry transfer

16:57 05 January 2013

Thierry Henry during his historic return to Arsenal last season. Photo: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

Thierry Henry during his historic return to Arsenal last season. Photo: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hinted he could yet resurrect a loan move for former captain Thierry Henry during the Major League Soccer closed-season.

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Although any imminent short-term deal with New York Red Bulls appears unlikely.

“At the moment it is definitely (off), but if we have big injuries and Thierry wants to do it... (however) we have not gone as far (as that) because we look more for permanent people,” Wenger said.

“At the moment we have (Olivier) Giroud available, (Theo) Walcott available, we are not too short in this department, so we will see.”

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