The Frenchman has been working as a pundit for Sky Sports
Thierry Henry has today been appointed as the second assistant manager of the Belgium national team.
The new Red Devils’ boss Roberto Martinez has already appointed Graeme Jones, who worked with him at Swansea City, Wigan Athletic and Everton, as his assistant.
However, Henry has been named as a part of the coaching staff in a surprising turn of events.
Henry’s last coaching job was with the under 18s team at Arsenal, but Arsene Wenger relieved him of his duties because he committed too much time to his media work.