28 August 2013

Agger committed to Liverpool



Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has insisted he has never been tempted to leave Anfield this summer despite being linked with a possible move to Barcelona. The Danish international has established himself as a firm fan favourite since his arrival from Brondby in 2006, racking up over 200 appearances for the Reds during that time.
 
There had been various reports in the football betting news linking the centre back with a move to Barcelona this summer, but both the club and player have been quick to play down any talk of a transfer before the end of this current transfer window.


While the club have never entertained the idea of selling Agger, the defender has made it clear he is settled at the club and privileged to have been made vice-captain this season following the retirement of Jamie Carragher.

"I've said it so many times; I like it here and my family like it here. Not only the football but also living here, we fit in here and that's important for me," Agger admitted.

"Not many people have the success to become a professional footballer and not many people get the vice-captaincy so that's a big thing for me. It's so difficult to describe.”

After such a turbulent summer for the club with the whole Luis Suarez saga, Brendan Rodgers will now be hoping he can now just put his full focus into matters on the pitch. Agger committing himself to the club will be a huge boost to the team, and the Liverpool manager will now be hoping he can begin to start looking at players he can bring in rather than players who he might lose.

 

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