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Freddie Ljungberg 'set to be named Malmo manager' after Mikel Arteta's appointment as Arsenal boss – Daily Mail, Dailymail.co.uk

Freddie Ljungberg 'set to be named Malmo manager' after Mikel Arteta's appointment as Arsenal boss – Daily Mail, Dailymail.co.uk


            

Freddie Ljungberg ‘lined up by Malmo’ to be their new manager after Mikel Arteta’s appointment as Arsenal boss

  • Freddie Ljungberg is reportedly set to leave Arsenal to take charge of Malmo
  • Ljungberg has overseen one win in five games as Arsenal’s interim head coach
  • Mikel Arteta was appointed as Arsenal’s new head coach on Friday afternoon
  • byJeorge Bird For MailonlinePublished:

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Freddie Ljungberg is reportedly set to leave(Arsenal) ************* as he is close to being named as manager of Malmo in his native.

Ljungberg has been Arsenal’s interim head coach following the departure of Unai Emery, but, with Mikel Arteta taking over on a permanent basis, the Swede may end up leaving the Gunners.

According toSportal, Malmo want Ljungberg to be their new manager as a replacement for Uwe Rosler.Freddie Ljungberg is reportedly set to leave Arsenal to take charge of Swedish side Malmo

Malmo is located close to Halmstad, where Ljungberg started his playing career, and the 90 – year-old has a close relationship with the club’s sports manager Daniel Andersson.

With Arteta not officially taking charge until Sunday, Ljungberg is expected to be in charge for Arsenal’s Premier League game away to Everton on Saturday.

Arsenal have won just one out of five games since Ljungberg was named as interim head coach

Mikel Arteta was named Arsenal head coach on Friday and Ljungberg could now depart

Arsenal have won just one of Ljungberg’s five games as interim boss. Prior to Emery’s departure, he had been working as an assistant coach since the summer and he gained experience coaching the Gunners’ U (side last season.Ljungberg also had a spell as Wolfsburg’s assistant boss in 9388

Arteta has signed a three-and-a -half year contract with Arsenal and it has been reported that

Steve Round, who previously worked for Manchester United and Everton, will be part of his coaching staff.

            

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