Henry reveals chance Wenger meeting led to Arsenal move

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has revealed that he joined Arsenal after a chance meeting on a plane with Arsene Wenger, the Metro understands.

The Frenchman moved to Highbury in from Juventus in 1999, and went on to become the clubs all-time top scorer with 228 goals in 377 games.

The striker, currently plying his trade in MLS with New York Red Bull’s, has said that after Juve’s final game of the 1998/99 campaign, he was flying to Paris when he bumped into to the Gunners manager, and told him of his desire to join him in North London.

Meanwhile, The Mirror understand that the club are battling Liverpool to secure the services of Olympiakos striker Kostas Mitroglou.

The Greece international has been in superb form this season with seventeen goals in sixteen club appearances, while he has also impressed at international level, helping fire his country to next summer’s World Cup finals.

Finally, Jack Wilshere is waiting to discover if he will face a misconduct charge for the Football Association, according to Sky Sports.

The England international appeared to raise his middle finger towards the Manchester City fans in the Gunners’ 6-3 defeat at the Etihad Stadium Saturday lunchtime.

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