Liverpool transfers: Brondby confirm Daniel Agger talks

Liverpool transfers: Brondby confirm they are in talks to re-sign defender Daniel Agger

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Brondby have confirmed that they are in talks with Liverpool about signing Daniel Agger.

The defender was limited to just 16 starts in all competitions last season and has fallen further down the pecking order following the Reds’ signing of Dejan Lovren.

Now, the Danish club have confirmed that they are interested in re-signing the 29-year-old, who joined Liverpool from Brondby in 2006, before next week’s transfer deadline.

“There has been speculation in Danish and international media that Brondby is in dialogue with Liverpool FC about a transfer of Daniel Agger.

“Brondby can confirm that there is dialogue with Liverpool FC and Daniel Agger about a move to Brondby.

“If the club manage to sign Daniel Agger during the next few days, the financial effect of the profit will be limited.

“Brondby have no further comments on speculation about Daniel Agger.”


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