There is sure to be a re-shuffling of players at Anfield this summer. Once again, Liverpool have fallen short in the Premier League, with Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester City effectively signalling the end of any title challenge. But should they keep hold of this player and give him more first-team action, or is he simply not good enough for the Merseyside club?
Daniel Agger is the subject of yet another news item, with the Danish defender considering his future after falling behind Martin Skrtel in the central defensive pecking order. Setanta reports that he’s being encouraged to jump ship and find first-team football elsewhere by former manager Michael Laudrup.
“I hope Daniel can come to a club where he can play regularly,” he informed BT.
“First and foremost, for himself, but also for the national team, which very much needs Daniel to play.
“Daniel has ended up an in annoying situation. But the competition in clubs of that level is fierce.”
At the age of 24, it’s essential for the Liverpool defender to be getting regular football, although Rafael Benitez doesn’t seem to have much faith in the Dane this season. Even when Skrtel was injured early in the season, Sami Hyppia featured in addition to Agger, do Reds fans want to keep this talented player or should someone else be brought in?