Liverpool star faces fight to save Anfield career

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Liverpool defender Daniel Agger could be given the boot in the summer if his performances do not improve between the end of the season.

The Daily Express suggest the Danish defender faces a fight to remain at Anfield next season as he has failed to impress Brendan Rodgers in recent weeks.

Liverpool boss Rodgers hauled Agger off after 63 minutes against Swansea on Sunday as the 29-year-old failed to deal with the threat of Wilfried Bony.

Agger has flirted with the possibility of leaving Anfield over the past two seasons but could now be sold by Rodgers.

Liverpool have rejected bids from Manchester City and Barcelona over the last two summers as the north-west club were desperate to keep hold of the established defender.

However Agger now has 11 Premier League games to convince Rodgers he is worth keeping beyond the summer.

Rodgers may choose to replace Agger with Kolo Toure when the Reds take on Southampton at St Mary's on Saturday.

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