- Date of Birth: 16 April 1977
- Birthplace: Vittsjö, Vittsjö, Sweden
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Arsenal are unlikely to make an approach to sign manager Brendan Rodgers from Leicester City as they are said to have restrictions over the budget for the next head coach.
Arsenal's interim boss Freddie Ljungberg is reportedly regarded as a genuine candidate to become the permanent manager of the north London side.
Arsenal have reportedly cooled their interest in Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo and they are prepared to look elsewhere for a permanent head coach.
Arsenal will reportedly hand Freddie Ljungberg with the caretaker role for a prolonged period as they take their time to appoint a permanent manager.
Arsenal legend David Seaman has recommended the Gunners to consider the signing of former hero Patrick Vieira as their new head coach.
Arsenal have decided to sack Unai Emery from the head coach role shortly after the club's disappointing Europa League defeat at the hands of Eintracht Frankfurt.
A large section of the backroom staff at Arsenal believe Freddie Ljungberg is the favourite for the head coach role, should Emery get the sack.
Manchester City will reportedly not block the departure of Mikel Arteta, should Arsenal approach the Spaniard for the head coach position.
French striker Olivier Giroud has shared the reasons behind his move from Arsenal to Chelsea in the January transfer window, revealing that former Arsenal club legends told him that the Blues' style of play would suit his own.
Arsenal look set to complete their first signing of the winter transfer window in Spartak Moscow midfielder Kim Kallstrom, should he pass a medical at the North London club.
Gunners legend Freddie Ljungberg - who played over 200 games for the club - has slated his former team for their lack of trophies last season as well as their celebration of 4th place.
Former Arsenal and West Ham midfielder Freddie Ljungberg has decided to join MLS hopefuls Seattle Sounders. It seems that with the departure of David Beckham - heading to AC Milan - the MLS will be welcoming another European superstar.
Inter Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic waited until the perfect time to end his international goalscoring drought that lasted longer than two years; as he scored an unstoppable screamer in a 2-0 victory over hapless Euro holders Greece on Tuesday night.
Reading defender Nicky Shorey has been linked with a move to West Ham. The player is reportedly looking to leave the club after the club were relegated, and Shorey is their club's prized asset.
West Ham snatched a late victory against Derby at Pride Park thanks to Carlton Cole; but the the Hammers fans let their feelings known throughout the game as they booed Alan Curbishley's side throughout.
It would be hard to argue that this is probably the weekend's most pointless game; West Ham are 7 points off their nearest rival Blackburn in 9th whilst Spurs are three points behind. Derby have been relegated already and eyes are already on Championship preparation.
West Ham have had some injury relief after Swedish midfielder Freddie Ljungberg has revealed he is close to making a return. The Hammers have 14 players on the sidelines suffering with injury problems; but Ljungberg will be the first to return for the first time since last month when he sustained the injury against Sunderland.
West Ham midfielder Freddie Ljungberg is confident he will still be at the Hammers next season - despite reports that Alan Curbishley is clearing out all of his squad for next season. Ljungberg has been linked with a move to Sevilla.
James McFadden bagged a goal from the penalty spot to deny West Ham a fourth consecutive home victory. It looked all rosey for the Hammers as West Ham took the lead from Freddie Ljungberg, scoring his first goal for the club.
Liverpool hopes of a resurrecting their Premiership challenge appear to be over after losing 1-0 to West Ham at Upton Park. Mark Noble's penalty was enough to finish off the Reds.