He's working on a comeback again.
Here's the translation (Google Translator), it's terrible but good enough to understand.
Modo hope -
comeback this Christmas
Forsberg practicing again: Would a nice Christmas present
Two training sessions with the first team and a charity match.
Since Modo hope for a positive response from Peter Forsberg, 37.
"It would be a nice Christmas present if he decides to play", says CEO Anders Trollsås.
On 10 November Peter Forsberg played an exhibition match in honor of Sven Tumba.
"I will make a last, last, final attempt. I will fight for a few weeks and then we'll see", said Forsberg then to Sportbladet.
Since then, Forsberg practiced with Modo juniors. But yesterday, he trained with the first team, something he will do even today.
Match in Kramfors
On Monday, awaiting a charity match in Kramfors, among others, the former teammates Magnus Wernblom and Andreas Salomonsson.
According Sportbladets data are plans to Forsberg will make a comeback on Boxing Day when faced Modo AIK Ornskoldsvik.
And judging by the television pictures that are out on Modo's website was the superstar definitely does not again when the team played two against two in a small space.
According Sportbladets data, the two training sessions with Modo as the definitive test whether it is worth investing in yet another comeback.
"Can not wait"
Modo expect "any kind of information" for weeks.
"Yes, at some point in the region sounds reasonable. We can not wait how long any time. It would be a nice Christmas present if he decides to play with us. But we do not expect anything at all", says Anders Trolls.
Last Thursday, it became clear that Markus Naslund is general manager of Modo. And Naslund has already managed to talk to Forsberg.
"Yes, that's right. I heard that it was Peter who called the Mark and in the first place, I think he congratulated Mark on his appointment", saying Trollsås.
Two days after Naslund been appointed general manager training Forsberg on ice. A coincidence?
"Haha. Mostly it looks like a thought, but what I know there is no obvious connection", says Trollsås.