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Published on Nov 20, 2012
New York Red Bulls striker and former Arsenal hero Thierry Henry will keep in shape during the MLS off-season with the north London club that made his career - and the Gunners offering him a shock third spell at Emirates Stadium
Arsenal's all-time leading scorer has been told he can keep in shape at their London Colney training base in December and Goal.com understands the informal situation could extend into a second loan spell at the club.
Arsene Wenger wants to strengthen his squad with a new centre-forward in the window January and, as revealed by Goal.com last month, has made Atletico Madrid's Adrian Lopez his top target. However, if Arsenal cannot clinch a deal for the Spain international, they are considering turning once again to Henry, who has just completed his third season at New York Red Bulls.
The Londoners will lose Gervinho on Africa Cup of Nations duty in January for up to six weeks and doubt surrounds the future of Theo Walcott, even though progress has been made in his contract negotiations with the club.