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Arsenal coach Ljungberg linked with Malmo

Arsenal coach Freddie Ljungberg is being linked with the manager's job at Malmo.

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.

Sweden's Sportal claims Malmo want Ljungberg to be their new manager as a replacement for Uwe Rosler.

Malmo is located close to Halmstad, where Ljungberg started his playing career, and the 42-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.

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