Freddie Ljungberg reveals 'love' of architecture

Ljungberg reveals passion for architecture
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Former Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljungberg says that he has discovered a passion for design and architecture since retiring from football earlier this year.

Former Arsenal midfielder Freddie Ljungberg has claimed that he has been learning more about architecture and design since his retirement from football.

The 35-year-old has been more famous for his modelling, which earned him a contract with Calvin Klein between 2003 and 2007.

"I love architecture and I'm looking to design," Ljungberg told BBC Sport. "I try to find new projects that will be valuable for our company so I am quite busy even though I have just retired.

"Most people know about the fashion thing but for me architecture and design go hand in hand and it something I have always loved. Now I can do it a little bit more."

Ljungberg hung up his boots in the summer following a season at Japanese side Shimizu S-Pulse.

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