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‘Freddie Ljungberg is a very famous player – and I like his underwear’

South Korean international Cha Du Ri admitted on Monday that he's a fan of Celtic target Freddie Ljungberg's fashionable choice of underwear as well as the Swede's stylish game.

'Freddie Ljungberg is a very famous player - and I like his underwear'

Former Arsenal star Ljungberg is poised to join the Scottish giants as Celtic boss Neil Lennon seeks new recruits as Cha and international compatriot Ki Sung-Yueng miss a month of club duty to play in January’s Asian Cup in Qatar.

“Freddie Ljungberg is a very famous player – and I like his underwear,” Cha told the Scottish Daily Record.

“I have a lot of Calvin Klein underwear at home – maybe I’ll show him. Seriously, he’s a good player and if he comes to us I think he can help us. It’s great.”

Both Cha and Ki were on the scoresheet in Celtic’s 2-0 win over St Johnstone on Sunday.

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Croatian player tests positive ahead of Sweden match

Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday, a day ahead of the country's Nations League match with Sweden, the Croatian football federation (HNS) said.

Croatian player tests positive ahead of Sweden match
Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic (left) tested positive for coronavirus on Friday. Photo: Miguel Medina / AFP
“Brozovic's Inter Milan and Swedish epidemiologists were informed about the positive test,” an HNS statement said.
   
The player's positive result came two days after defender Domagoj Vida was informed of a positive Covid-19 test after playing the first half of a friendly with Turkey in Istanbul.
   
Apart from Brozovic, 27, one staff member also tested positive.
   
They were both isolated from other members of the national team.
   
After Sweden, Croatia play another Nations League game against Portugal on Tuesday.
   
Croatia, runners-up at the 2018 World Cup, are third in their Nations League group which also includes France, the team that beat them to the World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal and Sweden.
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