Arsenal legend and Nice coach Vieira has also been mentioned as an option and Dixon believes the former club captain would be the ideal appointment for the Gunners.
The Londoners are now winless in their last seven matches - their last league victory was on the 6th of October at home to Bournemouth- and Arsenal have failed to win 15 of their last 19 English top-flight road trips. "I feel excitement and I'll try to do a good job", he added. I can say that the first training session that he took went very very well.
"I don't know who's been responsible for the signings in the last two or three years, but they've done and broken down and brought in new people and maybe not prepared", said the former Valencia coach in Sky Sports. He knows this club inside out, we have played with him, we know what he is capable of.
Ex-Sweden global Ljungberg, 42, played for Arsenal from 1998-2007, winning two Premier League titles and three FA Cups with them.
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Vieira was interviewed by Arsenal as a potential replacement for Arsene Wenger previous year before Emery was appointed.
"The club is close to my heart and I want the "Arsenal" to still be part of the manager and I think he is ideal for that".
We've seen it during his time as the assistant manager, but Ljungberg is a very lively character on the sidelines and loves to get into it with the officials. "That's what I'm focusing on and then we'll see in the future".
"At the moment, I am learning the trade and trying to do everything I can to improve myself - of course it is an honour that the club thinks I am able to take on this massive responsibility, but at the moment I am just concentrating on taking it game by game". For me, that is what I look at and everything else is totally irrelevant.