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Celtic have confirmed the signing of former Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljungberg on a free transfer.
Ljungberg has been training with the SPL club over the past few days and passed a medical earlier on Thursday.
The Bhoys have now finalised a deal for the Swede, who could be in contention to make his debut in Sunday's Old Firm derby against Rangers.
The 33-year-old had spent the past two years playing in Major League Soccer, firstly with Seattle Sounders and then Chicago Fire.
With his contract expiring with Chicago, he has opted to return to European football and has clinched a deal with Neil Lennon's Celtic.
He watched Wednesday's 1-0 win over Motherwell at Parkhead and will be presented as a Celtic player at a press conference on Friday morning.
Ljungberg had been linked with a return to the English Premier League where he had previously enjoyed a successful decade in his career.
The midfielder spent nine years winning trophies with Arsenal before taking in a disappointing campaign at West Ham United prior to his move to America.
I am so happy Freddie has joined the Bhoys, and I am so looking forward to watch him play wearing number 7 on Sunday, Hoop Hoop Horay.
Posted 11:59 31st December 2010
Really feel this is a great signing for Celtic, he may have lost Some pace but is still quick of the Mark. You don't loose your vision or the ability to thread defence splitting balls. Now if Celtic follow this up by signing stephan Ireland, Richard dunne and shay given, then Celtic might just be getting back to their glory days!
Posted 02:11 31st December 2010
I was a massive Ljungberg fan when he was arsenal but I have nothing to fear from him at Celtic. Celtic have made lucrative panic buys in the past with Bellamy and Keane and while both of them were fantastic they still never managed to win the league for them, so how can we realistically fear a guy who basically hasn't played a decent game of football since his Arsenal days. He's been in football wilderness too long although he might do a decent job up here but he's not the player celtic need to stop walter smith making it 3 in a row!
Posted 21:32 30th December 2010
If he was 10 even 5 yrs younger i would be getting excited about this signing but im not he is past it
Posted 20:34 30th December 2010
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