‘I’m focused on the game’: Freddie Ljungberg suggests he has not been told how long interim spell at Arsenal will be as he refuses to confirm his captain for match against Norwich
- Freddie Ljungberg was put in temporary charge of Arsenal on Friday morning
- It followed the sacking of Unai Emery and there are hints he could have long spell
- But he said he had no idea how long he will have in charge of his former side
Freddie Ljungberg has indicated he does not know how long his interim spell as Arsenal manager will last ahead of his first game.
The former midfielder was put in temporary charge of the first-team after Unai Emery’s sacking on Friday morning, having previously been assistant manager under the Spaniard.
While Arsenal are interested in a number of names as a possible replacement for Emery, there is an awareness it might be difficult to nab the likes of Nuno Espirito Santo and Brendan Rodgers in the middle of the season.
Freddie Ljungberg does not know how long his interim spell as Arsenal manager will last
Ljungberg was put in temporary…