He’ll be back-up for Lescott! Twitter reacts to Man City’s Agger bid

Liverpool reject two offers from Manchester City for Daniel Agger, with Reds fans urging the club to keep the defender on Twitter

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Daniel Agger is a transfer target for Manchester City Photo: Football.ua, via Wikimedia

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Liverpool have reportedly rejected two offers from Manchester City for defender Daniel Agger.

Roberto Mancini is understood to have lodged bids of £13m and £15m for the 27-year-old, and many of Liverpool’s supporters voiced their desire to keep the Denmark international on Twitter.

Here are some of the Tweets that caught our eye.

Damien Connor (@DamianConnor) reckons Daniel Agger is worth a lot more than the £24m City paid for Joleon Lescott: “If Joleon Lecott was worth £24m then Daniel Agger is worth £50m #lfc!”

And Kopzine ‏(@Kopzine) is in agreement: “For a club that paid £24m for Joleon Lescott, to offer £13m and £15m for Daniel Agger is derisory! #LFC #Agger”

Alish Upreti ‏(@alish_upreti) cannot believe Brendan Rodgers would be willing to sell Agger: “Liverpool have already rejected two offers from Manchester City for Daniel Agger…surely Rodgers is not selling him.”

But Thomas Hoppe (‏@myeternalrival) defends Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group: “It is not FSG’s fault that Daniel Agger is boss and Man City want him. I don’t think Rodgers is under pressure to sell our best players!”

While Jack Wells ‏(@JackWells7) names his price for Agger: “I’d demand at least £30m for Daniel Agger.”

However, Gaurav Bhuyan ‏(@g_3785) is not feeling positive: “I’ll be devastated to see Daniel Agger join Man City. But it’s going to happen sadly.”

Matty Blakemore (‏@maaaaaaatty) urges Liverpool not to sell Agger at any price: “Man City have had two bids (£13m & £16m) for Daniel Agger turned down, I hope we don’t let him go for any price! #LFC”

Stuart Crompton ‏(@cromptonCITY) believes Agger would merely be cover for Lescott: “Daniel Agger would be a brilliant signing as a cover defender but surely not as a replacement for @JoleonLescott #mcfc!”

Simon Hopper ‏(@hopperfootball) has praise for the Denmark international: “Daniel Agger – top player and would fit in very well at Man City if he stayed fit. Sensible transfer targeting from Mancini! #lfc #mcfc”

Jake Harrison ‏(@JakeH_11) thinks even £15m is too much: “Daniel Agger is good, but I’m not sure he’s worth more than £15m. Daniele De Rossi and Javi Martinez are both better players, and can play two roles!”

Ryan Ando ‏(@ryanmcfc85) urges the Denmark captain to hand in a transfer request: “We need Daniel Agger to hand in a transfer request, I really rate him. Will be a top signing #mcfc!”

John MCFC Downes ‏(@DownesyMCFC) can read Mancini’s mind: “This is the five Mancini wants….M’Baye Niang, Daniele De Rossi, Javier Martinez, Daniel Agger, Edinson Cavani or RVP #mcfctargets!”

Finally, Becki Thomas (‏@BunnyBabeBecki) can see Barcelona rivalling City for Agger: “After missing out on Thiago Silva, Barcelona are also preparing to bid for Daniel Agger!”


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