Sebastian Bengt Ulf Larsson (born 6 June 1985) is a Swedish footballer who plays for Premier League club Sunderland and the Sweden national team. After beginning his career at hometown club IFK Eskilstuna, Larsson was signed by Arsenal. He made three appearances for the Gunners, before joining Birmingham City, initially on loan for the 2006–7 season, before a permanent transfer in the summer of 2007. Larsson spent five years at Birmingham, experiencing promotion to, and relegation from, the Premier League on two occasions. He joined Sunderland on 1 July 2011 upon the expiry of his contract, after Birmingham suffered relegation. Larsson is renowned for being a set piece specialist.
EPL Round-Up: Manchester City win to go top of the table, Fulham and Cardiff relegated
Manchester City's away win to Everton keeps them in control of the Premier League title race. Cardiff City and Fulham meanwhile won't see Premier League football next season following relegation that was ascertained by Saturday's results. Ryan Giggs tasted his first defeat as manager of Manchester United as Sunderland defeated the Red Devils at Old Trafford 1-0.
As we move in to the off-season an unprecedented amount of managerial movement around Europe will surely see an already frantic transfer market go in to overdrive. This will give plenty of opportunities for transfer rumour and gossip. So how much of it is realistic? Manchester United are making a £60m bid for Tottenham forward […]