Arsene Wenger says he would be “cheerful” to address Freddie Ljungberg during his time as Arsenal between time lead trainer.
Ljungberg’s first game responsible for Arsenal was a 2-2 draw against Norwich on Saturday, as they dug out from a deficit twice at Carrow Road.
Ljungberg demands addressing Wenger – who instructed him during his time in north London – is among the things he intends to do, and Wenger says he would be glad to offer him guidance.
“I’m constantly glad to support my previous players and my previous club,” the Frenchman revealed to Sky Sports News. “In the event that he has that need, at that point obviously I will be accessible.
“My heart is with the club and I need them to progress admirably. Freddie is phenomenally dedicated. He needed this activity for quite a while. He has a chance. How about we get him to function with his thoughts and bolster him.”
Wenger went through 22 years as Arsenal supervisor – winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups – before leaving in the mid year of 2018.
Ljungberg played under Wenger for eight of those years, winning two association titles himself. Talking at a public interview prior in the day, he stated: “I truly might want to address [Wenger]. I haven’t addressed him, it’s been somewhat tumultuous, however that is on my rundown.”
The Swede says he is additionally anticipating getting exhortation from comrade Sven-Goran Eriksson.
Alongside his activity as England chief, Eriksson worked in the UK with both Manchester City and Leicester, and Ljungberg says the accomplished mentor is someone else he is enthusiastic about counseling.
“Sven is exceptionally clever. I addressed him a ton when he was administrator of England since he was regularly watching our games,” said Ljungberg.
“I’ve seen stories in the past about how he treated players and made them feel better, so I’ve taken a couple of those thoughts. He’s an extraordinary mentor and I trust I’ll address him soon.”