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Celebrity Big Brother producers are reportedly hoping to secure Freddie Ljungberg for the next series.
The footballer, who is said to be a fan of the show, was close to entering the house this year but had prior commitments to Japanese side Shimizu S-Pulse. Now we want to build on that and are looking at the best personalities out there."A Channel 5 spokeswoman confirmed that they are currently in talks with a number of celebrities but couldn't reveal any names.
Bosses are already planning Celebrity Big Brother 2013 and want to sign Ljungberg up following his exit from the football club last month."The man is unbelievably attractive and won't just have the girls hot under the collar," a source told the ."He's a massive gay icon so we know his male admirers will be desperate to spy on him in the house. Denise Welch won Celebrity Big Brother 2012 in January after beating the likes of Frankie Cocozza and the Shannon twins in the public vote.
Freddie Ljungberg has launched an astonishing attack on Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, accusing his former coach of running the North London club on principles of "natural selection", subscribing to the contentious practice of fielding players while on injections, and putting players up for sale without their knowledge.
Lemerre said: "Even if the injury does keep him out of Sunday's game, this does not alter the fact that he is staying with us."The French squad are presently without David Trezeguet (knee), Philippe Christanval (thigh), Alain Boghossian (ankle) and Lilian Thuram (knee).
Gabriel Batistuta moved further ahead of Hernan Crespo in the race to claim Argentina's one central striking berth in their 3-3-1-3 formation yesterday with four second-half goals in the South Americans' 5-1 win over Japanese champions Kashima Antlers.
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The Arsenal striker is undergoing treatment for the problem but may be fit enough to play some part of France's warm-up game against co-hosts South Korea on Sunday.
It's competitive now, the boys are really up for it," while Ljungberg said: "Things like that happen, it's nothing to worry about."Roger Lemerre, the France manager, said yesterday that Thierry Henry's knee injury would not keep him out of the World Cup.
Mats Engqvist, a management spokesman, said: "This is not something we are used to but it is something the managers, Tommy Soderberg and Lars Lagerback, will sort out.
Batistuta has been allotted the squad's No 9 shirt, while Crespo has No 19.
Cameroon finally touched down in Japan last night, four days after their scheduled arrival.