Arsenal interim boss Freddie Ljungberg reveals real issue faced by Nicolas Pepe

Arsenal interim manager Freddie Ljungberg to seek advice from Arsene Wenger before 1st home match

Arsenal interim boss Freddie Ljungberg reveals real issue faced by Nicolas Pepe

The Swede was handed the role of interim head coach after Unai Emery's dismissal last week.

Freddie Ljungberg says he will have "a little chat" with Arsenal's Nicolas Pepe as the £72m club-record signing continues to struggle to adapt to the demands of English football. Former Gunners manager Unai Emery who was very inconsistent with his team selection chose to leave Pepe out of the squad in the past few matches. He was a part of their Invincibles squad.

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"But the point is the club is close to my heart and I want "The Arsenal" to still be a part of the manager and I think [Vieira] is ideal for that".

"If he has that need, then of course I will be available", said the Frenchman, who left Arsenal in 2018 after 22 years as manager. Freddie is fantastically committed.

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Ljungberg made 300 plus appearances for the Gunners under Arsene Wenger during his playing days. The main contenders include names such as Nuno Espirito Santo, Brendan Rodgers, Max Allegri, Mauricio Pochettino, Carlo Ancelotti and even Ljungberg - who could get the job if he impresses. "I'm in contact with him but I haven't spoken to him because it's been a bit hectic, but it's on my list to do so", Ljungberg was reported as saying by Reuters ahead of Arsenal's match against Brighton & Hove Albion on Thursday. "I spoke to him a lot when he was manager of England because he was normally watching our games", the 42-year-old added. "I've seen stories in the past about how he treated players and made them feel good, so I've stolen a few of those ideas".

Pepe will eventually come good but fans will be hoping that this happens sooner rather than later.

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