30 Aug 2014 08:12:25
Are the Daniel Agger to Brondby for £3m rumours true?

{Ed002's Note - Yes.}


1.) 30 Aug 2014
Nice gesture from Liverpool. He is worth a lot more but I presume that is the most Brondby could possibly pay, and it is the only club he wants to join.

Great servant and deserves to be treated with such respect. Could easily have found another club who would pay him more.

{Ed002's Note - Nobody has made any offers of a "lot more" for him.}


2.) 30 Aug 2014
Can't you just let me believe this is a gesture of respect to a long-serving player, rather than taking the only offer on the table to get him off our payroll?!

{Ed002's Note - If you don't want the truth then yes.}


3.) 30 Aug 2014
Thanks Ed


4.) 30 Aug 2014
Surprising that no one has bid even a cheeky £5m for him, even if he only plays half the games, he is quality when he actually plays. Perhaps therein lies the problem, he wants a stable contract and clubs will be scared off by his fitness issues and want to pay per game. does anyone in the world actually have a pay per game contract? Or at least a contract heavily based on actual appearances?


5.) 30 Aug 2014
Maybe no the bids came in because he made it clear through his agent, that he wouldn't join any English team or European team that could challenge Liverpool, and maybe he just wanted to go back home.
Maybe that's why no "big" teams bid for him.

{Ed002's Note - Yeah, right.}


6.) 30 Aug 2014
What a sad sad day. How Lovren is worth 20m and Agger only 3m baffles me.


7.) 30 Aug 2014
At least it gets £100,000 a week of the wage bill. He hasn't been good for about 3 years or so. Good deal imo.

Ynwa


8.) 30 Aug 2014
Sad to see him go, top bloke but wish him all the best in the future.


9.) 30 Aug 2014
"The opportunity arose for me to return home to Brondby and at this stage of my career it felt like the right decision for me.

"I wouldn't leave here to go anywhere else and that has been proven by my actions in recent seasons - I have turned down many offers to move to other Premier League and European clubs."

Guess that clears it up, although he hasn't mentioned any other teams making offers in THIS window and this would go with Ed's statement, it's still strange that no one has tried though.

Good luck to the lad, what a great servant he was.


10.) 30 Aug 2014
Goodbye and good luck Daniel, thanks for the memories.
Classy till the end.
YNWA


11.) 30 Aug 2014
Daniel, class right to the end of his Liverpool career. Could have gone to many many clubs, and got very good wages, but chose to return home, on a fraction of the wage.

And utter class shown by Liverpool in granting his wish.

Sad to see him go, but pleased to see him go in such a way that will forever keep him in the hearts of Liverpool fans, and forever keep the club in his heart.