Arguably the greatest striker in the Premier League, Thierry Henry played eight years for Arsenal and becoming the face of the franchise. Almost 10 years after his departure from Arsenal in 2007, the club still cannot find as good as striker as Henry.
Henry played for Monaco, Juventus, and Barcelona in addition to Arsenal in Europe, before finishing his career for the New York Red Bulls. He is Arsenal’s all-time record holder for most scored goals. He is also France’s record holder for most goals scored.
Henry started his career in Monaco in 1994, and after four years, he signed with Juventus in 1998. But it wasn’t until he joined Arsenal that he become as good as striker as any. In Arsenal, under the guidance of Arsene Wenger, Henry became the prolific striker we all know. He scored 228 goals for Arsenal.
Playing for Arsenal, Henry won two FA cups and two Premier league titles. With Barcelona, he won the La Liga, UEFA Champions League and Copa del Rey. With his French national team, Henry has won the 1998 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2000 and 2003 FIFA Confederations Cup. During his career, Henry was one of the top marketed sports players, having success off the court as much as on the court.