Helsingborg were relegated from the Swedish top-flight for the first time in 23 years last week and the fans reacted badly, running on to the pitch after the relegation play-off defeat and ripping the shirt off Larsson’s back.
The 19-year-old’s father – former Celtic star Henrik Larsson – has now resigned from his post as the club’s manger and, with Helsingborg set to play in the second tier of Swedish football next season, a number of players are expected to depart.
The former boss’s son is thought to be one of them and, having played for Feyenoord in the early part of his stellar career, Larsson senior might well put his weight behind a move to De Kuip for his son.
Eintracht Frankfurt boss Niko Kovac felt his side could have scored more goals following their 3-0 defeat of Mainz on Saturday.
West Brom manager Alan Pardew refused to fault his players' efforts after a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Bournemouth that dashed their already slim survival odds.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock labelled the postponing of his side's clash at Derby as 'scandalous' and a 'disgrace'.