THIERRY HENRY has donated his Euro 2020 wages to charity, according to reports.
The Arsenal legend teamed up with Roberto Martinez and Belgium once again this summer.
And although he helped to get the best out of Romelu Lukaku, who scored four goals, the Red Devils were knocked out in the quarter-final by Italy.
According to L'Equipe, Henry will give away the entirety of his earnings.
He did the same with his Belgium wages between 2016-2018 after helping Belgium to third place in the 2018 World Cup.
Henry's second spell alongside Roberto Martinez has now come to an end, as he only agreed a contract with Belgium until the end of Euro 2020.
He could now seek a return to management after spells with Monaco and Montreal Impact between 2018 and 2021.
The former striker quit the MLS club due to family reasons amid the strain of the coronavirus pandemic, and for that reason he could be keen to return to London.
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Henry was then linked to the vacant managerial position at Bournemouth earlier this year.
Alternatively, it is possible the Frenchman could return to punditry having previously worked for Sky Sports.
The BBC had reportedly lined him up to be part of their Euro 2020 coverage team but Henry rejected the role to work with Belgium.
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