With Carlo Ancelotti becoming the latest manager to be linked with Arsenal, Freddie Ljungberg insists he is staying out of any speculation surrounding the next manager at the Emirates Stadium.
The Italian manager has been linked with Everton who sacked Marco Silva after defeat to Liverpool but reports suggest that Arsenal are set to approach the 60-year-old about their vacant manager's post.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of the Standard Liege clash, Ljungberg was asked if Ancelotti is the right man for Arsenal.
"I've been asked this question a lot since I took over and I just try to concentrate on my job – that is to win football games and get us to play better football.
"What the club decides to do or who they choose it is totally up to them but I stay totally out of it."