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Wenger provides update on possible Thierry Henry deal

17:47 03 December 2012

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 insists that there is no news on a prospective move for Thierry Henry.

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The Frenchman returned to the Gunners in January last year and kick-started a stuttering season and Wenger’s side eventually finished third.

“There is no development at all,” Wenger said.

“I just didn’t want to say no because if I say no when I’m asked the question, I can never do it. At the moment, that’s not envisaged at all.”

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