Monaco: Thierry Henry on manager shortlist to replace Leonardo Jardim

Aubrey Yates
October 12, 2018

Since winning the French title in 2017, Monaco have raised nearly half a billion pounds by selling players such as Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain), Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy (Manchester City), Tiemoue Bakayoko (Chelsea), Thomas Lemar (Atletico Madrid), and Fabinho (Liverpool).

Monaco lost their last game 1-0 at home to humble Angers and have not won in Ligue 1 since their opening match and have lost both their Champions League group games.

Monaco, languishing 18th in Ligue 1, said Thursday that they have sacked Leonardo Jardim, who led them to a French title in 2017. "The entire club wish Leonardo and his coaching staff all the best for the next stage of their careers".

In a club statement, Jardim said: "I'm grateful and proud to have been Monaco coach for more than four years". "I have always given my best and worked with passion".

French and British media have reported that former France worldwide Thierry Henry is the favourite the replace him. "We had some great victories together and I will always keep those memories".

"Leonardo established himself as a reference point in Europe and left a very positive balance", said Monaco vice-present Vadim Vasilyev.

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"His time here will remain as one of the most lovely pages in the history of the club".

Rumours are rife that Monaco are on the cusp of sacking their manager Leonardo Jardim following a wretched start to the new season.

Meanwhile, previously had reported that Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is reportedly planning to make a u-turn on his decision to take Aston Villa job.

The 44-year old's departure now paves way for Henry, who has been tipped to take over at the Stade Louis II.

Terry immediately has the trust of the Villa players having been in the dressing room just months ago, while Faria has the tactical and coaching knowledge which the former centre-back lacks so far.

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