Former Barcelona striker and Arsenal legend, Thierry Henry, is believed to have been shortlisted as replacement for sacked coach, Quique Setien, Diario Sport reported.
Setien was relieved of his job following Bayern Munich’s humiliating 8-2 triumph over the Spanish giants.
The former striker is currently the coach of MLS side Montreal Impact, who he has guided to just one victory in his six games in charge.
The Frenchman previously was assistant coach to Roberto Martinez at Belgium before taking his first managerial job at Monaco, whom he tasted victory with just four times across 20 games, before being dismissed in January 2020.
Others shortlisted includes former Barcelona defender Ronald Koeman – current coach of the Netherlands, Massimiliano Allegri (formerly of Milan and Juventus) and Mauricio Pochettino, formerly of Tottenham Hotspurs.
Henry scored 49 goals for the Blaugrana across three seasons and is also celebrating his 43rd birthday today.