Last updated : 10 January 2007 By Ed
Today's Sun claims that United will have to pay out a further £1.2 million for Larsson to stay at United for the rest of the season while Swedish FA Chairman, Lars-Ake Lagrell, wants the striker to return to international football. Just five short years after retiring.

"There have been talks with Henke (Larsson).

"I cannot say exactly what these have involved. Obviously it would be fantastic news if Henke decided to play for the national team again."

However, Lagrell admitted it was unlikely that Larsson could be persuaded to return.

"I think Henke has made his mind up for definite this time," he said.