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 Posted by David Usher
3 days ago

Appreciating Daniel Agger

The ESPN FC panel dissect the pivotal matchup of Liverpool against Tottenham, and note what this clash will mean for the season to come.

In an era in which almost every footballer seems to harbour ambitions of one day playing for Real Madrid or Barcelona, Daniel Agger was one of the few who bucked the trend. For most modern players, other clubs are seen as merely a step on the ladder to either of the La Liga giants. Agger, however, is not like most modern footballers; he's a complex character who values a settled and happy home life above money and trophies. The Dane had numerous opportunities to leave Anfield and was the subje...

 Posted by Mike Whalley
3 days ago

Daniel Agger returns to boyhood club Brondby from Liverpool

ESPN FC's Craig Burley weighs in on the latest wave of transfers to hit the English Premier League.

Liverpool have confirmed that centre-back Daniel Agger has rejoined his former club Brondby.

- Usher: Showing appreciation for Daniel Agger
- Transfer Talk: Blind faith, Remy to Chelsea?
- Kelly: Liverpool not expecting Tottenham gift
- Lallana fit to return for Reds clash with Spurs

Agger made 232 appearances for the Reds after arriving from the Danish Superliga club for six million pounds in January 2006.

Sources have told ESPN FC that Liverpool will receive around three million pounds for th...



 Posted by Mike Whalley
4 days ago

Daniel Agger close to transfer move from Liverpool to Brondby

The FC panel debates whether Liverpool can challenge for a top-four spot this season.

Liverpool centre-back Daniel Agger is set to complete a move back to his first club Brondby before Monday's transfer deadline.

The Danish Superliga club's chairman Jan Bech Andersen confirmed on Aug. 1 that he wanted to sign Agger. Sources have told ESPN FC that they are on the verge of agreeing a deal with Liverpool for the 29-year-old.

Agger has been unavailable for Liverpool's opening two league matches because of a knee problem, and the move is seen as an opportunity for him to regain form a...

 Posted by Mike Whalley
Aug 1, 2014

Daniel Agger return interests Brondby

Liverpool executive Ian Ayre has flown to Spain to finalize the deals for Spanish full-backs Alberto Moreno and Javier Manquillo.

Brondby chairman Jan Bech Andersen has said the club will do everything possible to bring defender Daniel Agger back from Liverpool.

- Liverpool near deals for full-backs
- Aspas warns Moreno off Liverpool
- Kelly: Liverpool's lessons from history

Denmark international Agger, who has been linked with a move to Barcelona in recent weeks, left his homeland when he moved to Anfield from Brondby in January 2006.

However, the arrival of fellow left-sided centre-back Dejan Lovren from Southampton has ...