Aston Villa news: Sky Sports reporter reveals Steve Bruce chat after Thierry Henry link

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 Starsport exclusively revealed earlier this week that the Arsenal legend had a verbal agreement in place with Villa. But after talks with Bruce on Wednesday, the new owners of the Championship outfit have backed the Manchester United legend to continue. But Dorsett thinks some fans would have wanted Henry to get the nod over the current manager. “You know it’s interesting because I think the Villa fans are split if I’m honest on whether they wanted Steve Bruce to stay or not,” he explained on the Sky Sports Transfer Talk podcast. “They had some animosity towards the end of last season. But look I think it’s the sensible option." Thierry Henry as Aston Villa manager: How Villans could line up under Arsenal legend THIERRY HENRY is set to take over as Aston Villa manager, but how could the team line up under him? 1 / 12 GK: Mark Bunn  “We heard a lot about Thierry Henry potentially coming in. “I had a chat with Steve Bruce last night, and I’ve spoke to him a couple of times this week and he’s been very worried. “He didn’t know what his future held before he had this hour-long meeting with the new owners on Wednesday. “He said that went really well and he’s actually really impressed with them."  “We know one of them is an Egyptian owner who is part of one of the wealthiest families in Egypt. £26bn that family is worth so an extraordinary amount of money. “But what about experience in football? And Bruce said Wes Edens who is the other part of the deal, the American, has experience of owning an NBA franchise in Milwaukee so he thinks it could be potentially the dream ticket. “Money and experience of running a major sports franchise.” Aston Villa start their new Championship campaign against Hull on Monday 6 August.

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