Well, probably. Multiple reports say that the French striker has inked a deal to join the Red Bulls after the World Cup — one report says he might have agreed to join the club as early as January — but he’s not revealing anything. Henry’s still under contract with Barcelona for another year, so the MLS would need to work out a transfer agreement before assigning him to the Red Bulls. But if all of this happens, the club will gain a brand-name star to help them fill seats in their new stadium — albeit a star who scored just four goals in nineteen games this season for Barcelona, and watched their Champions League loss to Inter Milan from the bench. Filip Bondy compares his ability to grab headlines to Alex Rodriguez’s, so that should be fun, too.