Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has expressed sympathy for Thierry Henry after he was reportedly sacked by Monaco.
The Ligue 1 strugglers announced on Thursday, that Henry has been stood down as head coach, after just three months in charge.
His predecessor, Leonardo Jardim, is expected to be reappointed as his replacement.
City manager Guardiola, however, does not agree with Monaco’s decision to suspend Henry, who played under him at Barcelona.
“I don’t understand it but it’s none of my business.
“I don’t make the decisions.
“I’m so sorry for him because I know him well and he’s an exceptional person.
“Football is like this, but it’s none of my business,” Guardiola told reporters on Friday.