Liverpool have put Danish centre-back Daniel Agger up for sale, and are willing to listen to offers this summer.
According to information on Goal.com, Brendan Rodgers is ready to let the defender leave the club so long as his £12million valuation is met, with Napoli said to be the frontrunners for his signature. The Denmark international has publicly suggested in recent weeks that he is being groomed for an Anfield exit in the coming months, and his latest comments have insinuated that he is not deemed good enough by Rodgers.
Having been kept out of the Liverpool team by the likes of Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho this campaign, Agger only managed 23 appearances in all competitions. As such the 29-year-old would most probably be open to the idea of reuniting with former boss Rafael Benitez in Italy, and Napoli can definitely afford his asking price.
Agger, who joined Liverpool in 2006, could very well be transferred before the start of next season, but it’s unlikely he’ll be the only exit from Rodgers’ setup. With the Northern Irishman keen to ensure that the squad is ready for the rigours of the Champions League he’s expected to make a series of big changes.