- Current club: AIK Fotboll
- Date of Birth: 6 June 1985
- Birthplace: Eskilstuna, Eskilstuna, Sweden
- Position: Midfielder, Centre midfielder
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Sunderland and Sweden international midfielder Sebastian Larsson have agreed terms on a new contract for the player.Larsson has been out of contract at the end of last season but has decided to put pen to paper on a new deal.
Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson is reportedly considered as a top transfer target for a number of clubs in the Turkish top tier.
Hull City have apparently been linked with a January switch for Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson during the winter transfer window.
A David Vaughan scorcher and a Seb Larsson free kick gave Martin O'Neill his first victory as Sunderland manager, helping them climb out of the relegation zone at the expense of a hapless Blackburn
Sebastian Larsson has agreed terms on a contract with Sunderland. The Swedish international midfielder will join on a free transfer from Birmingham. His contract with the Blues had expired.
Sebastian Larsson may find himself playing at the Stadium of Light next year as reports emerged this weekend that Sunderland jumped to the top of the queue in the race to land the Swede.
Birmingham midfielder Sebastian Larsson is set to make a sensation return to his former club Arsenal, according to reports. The player admitted in the Swedish press that his agent had discussed a move with the Emirates side.
Sebastian Larsson could be set to leave Birmingham for a move back to the Premiership with Steve Bruce's side Wigan. It is understood that the Latics have made an offer in the region of 3 million GBP for the Swedish international.
Birmingham City boss Alex McLeish wants to keep star striker James McFadden at the Blues next year. It is understood that several Premiership sides - including Wigan and Fulham - are monitoring the Scotland international.
Sweden coach Lars Lagerback has now named his 23 man selections for the Euro 2008 squad in Austria and Switzerland. There are a total of five players from the Premiership in the squad.
Sebastian Larsson had been one of the best players for Birmingham City this season and the Swedish midfielder said that he will stay with the Blues in spite of their relegation.
Dutch midfielder Daniel de Ridder looks set to quit Birmngham City. The talented winger is being linked with a return to his homeland, with Groningen and Feyenoord both linked with his services.
Birmingham earned a useful 2-2 draw to remain 18th in the Premiership as the battle for top flight survival really heats up with only two games left. Birmingham, Fulham, Reading and Bolton are all still threatened with the drop.
If Birmingham manage to grab a victory at St. Andrews against Champions League chasing Liverpool, this will be one of the finest results of their season and one that will contribute a great deal to their Premiership survival hopes. But Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has revealed he will not be doing his counterpart Alex McLeish any favours for this game.
On form side Aston Villa host Birmingham at Villa Park today; knowing that they can put a nail in their city rivals' coffin if the Villains win. Villa won their last two games 4-0 against Bolton and 6-0 vs. Derby and will hope to continue this form through to today.
Birmingham boss Mauro Zarate thanked his super sub Rolando Zarate after the striker bagged an excellent goal from a free kick to level the scores in the 1-1 draw between Birmingham and Everton in the Premiership on Saturday.
Sebastian Larsson will soon be back to return to action for Birmingham this weekend against Reading. The Swedish midfielder missed Monday's nights match with Newcastle with an injury.
Line-ups for Birmingham vs Arsenal at St. Andrews on Saturday, kick off 12:45. Check the latest scores at our Live Score Centre. Can the Gunners go eight points clear?
Garry O'Connor stunned Arsenal today as Alex McLeish grabbed a surprise point at the Emirates Stadium today against the Gunners. Adebayor had given Arsenal an early lead from the spot, but Birmingham battled away and earned a point.
Arsenal - currently leading the Premiership - host Birmingham at the Emirates today. Some former young Gunners such as Fabrice Muamba and Sebastian Larsson return to take on their old club, whilst Arsenal play their first Premiership game minus their African Cup of Nations absentees.