Freddie Ljungberg has confirmed that he’ll stay with Arsenal – however is not sure whether or not he’ll be a part of recently-appointed supervisor Mikel Arteta’s backroom staff.
The Gunners had been held to a 0-Zero draw by Everton on Saturday in a boring Premier League conflict, which took a again seat to each golf equipment naming new managers in a bid to revive their fortunes.
Carlo Ancelotti, named as the brand new Everton supervisor barely an hour earlier than the kick-off, acquired a primary glimpse of the Toffees from the administrators’ field as did Arsenal’s new head coach Arteta who was appointed by the Gunners on Friday.
Ljungberg has struggled since stepping in following the sacking of Unai Emery, successful simply certainly one of his six video games, and this efficiency summed up Arsenal’s troubles.
Nevertheless after the sport, he revealed that he appears set to stay with the membership and can maintain talks with new supervisor Arteta on Sunday.
He advised BT Sport: “I have been advised by the membership they need me to remain however I’ll have a gathering with Mikel tomorrow and hopefully it is a good one.”
The sport was plagued by misplaced passes and ineffectual closing balls from each groups, with simply two photographs on course in the complete 90 minutes.
However, regardless of Arsenal failing to impress in opposition to their fellow strugglers, Ljungberg hailed the efficiency.
He added: “I used to be very glad. We had a really younger aspect on the market as a result of I needed vitality and I needed to offer them probabilities.
“We dominated possession and probabilities, and you would see Everton getting drained and annoyed.
“I believed we may have received the sport with the probabilities we had. However I liked the spirit we noticed and that is what you want within the Premier League.
“I needed to see individuals that may run and combat for the staff. We won’t depend on our identify – now we have to combat and do the soiled issues.”