Photo: Former Liverpool defender returns ‘home’ for Man United clash
Daniel Agger was just one of the familiar Liverpool faces back on Merseyside on Sunday
Jurgen Klopp could probably do with Daniel Agger in his Liverpool squad at the moment.
The Liverpool manager is short on fit centre-halves and he signed one-time England international Steven Caulker last week in an attempt to bolster his defensive numbers.
Agger swapped Liverpool for Brondby in 2014 after falling out-of-favour under Klopp’s predecessor Brendan Rodgers at the Merseyside club despite being vice-captain.
While the Denmark international would certainly be a good option for Klopp to have in his squad, Agger was one of Liverpool’s more injury-prone players.
But the 31-year-old defender was in attendance at Anfield on Sunday as Manchester United were 1-0 winners in the north-west derby thanks to Wayne Rooney’s winner.
Agger posted the above photo and wrote: “Home Sweet Home😜”
The Dane scored 14 times in 233 appearances in all competitions for Liverpool during an eight-season career at Anfield.
Agger was part of the Liverpool side that won the League Cup and reached the Champions League final in 2007.