Agger considering Liverpool future
Denmark centre-back Daniel Agger is said to be considering his future at Liverpool if he is unable to see more regular first team action this season, Sky Sports is reporting.
The defender was plagued with hamstring troubles last season and was eventually restricted to just 16 Premier League starts as Liverpool went on to finish second, narrowly missing out on the title.
Agger’s injuries meant the likes of Martin Skrtel, Mamadou Sakho and Kolo Toure were preferred at the heart of the Reds defence and Agger has made it clear he was not happy with his last campaign.
He said: “It is no secret that I had problems last season and I am considering things. How things turned out last season is not acceptable for me.”
Manager Brendan Rodgers has recently stated that the Denmark international remains a key part of his plans for the future season, especially with the club now facing the additional fixtures of the Champions League.
Agger moved to Anfield from homeland club Brondby IF in January of 2006 and has gone on to make 232 Liverpool appearances during his eight years in England.
However, when it was suggested he could make a return to the club where he started his career the defender refused to rule anything out of the equation.
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