2010 FIFA World Cup: France’s Thierry Henry to Join MLS After World Cup

After months of speculation, it finally has become official that French striker Thierry Henry will join Major League Soccer's New York Red Bulls for the second half of the season after playing for France in next month's World Cup.

Rumors started to break on Henry joining the Red Bulls back in September, and only escalated from there as Henry continued to get less time for FC Barcelona as Barcelona moved towards another La Liga title.

But now, it has become official as Henry is due to officially become a Red Bull within the next several days.

Overall, Henry has scored the most goals in the history of the French National Team with 51, and already has participated in three World Cup's before the one next month.

In his first World Cup in 1998, Henry was the leading scorer on a French side that went on to win the World Cup.

And in 2006, Henry's France went all the way to the final, where they lost to Italy.

But overall...

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