The Northern Irishman will oversee an overhaul at Anfield this summer.
After finishing second in the Premier League and returning to the Champions League after a five year absence, Brendan Rodgers has big plans for Liverpool this summer.
The 41-year-old is preparing to axe a whopping 15 players from his current squad in order to free up more funds to purchase new players.
The Reds hierarchy have given Rodgers a £60m budget to spend on new talent, but have also said that any finances he can raise from sales will also be his to spend.
The Merseysiders’ vice-captain has fallen behind both Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho for place in central defence and Rodgers is not a fan of the Dane.
A number of clubs including Barcelona are interested and Agger is expected to fetch £12m.
After a £7m move from Sevilla last summer the 21-year-old has managed just two starts in 11 appearances in total and already looks set for a return to Spain.
Rodgers’ transfer dealings clearly needs some work as £7m was also sanctioned for this Spanish forward in 2013 and the striker has scored once in 15 appearances.
Had a solid loan spell at Stoke City in 2013/14 with the highlight being scoring the winner against Chelsea, although did not do enough to earn a place back in the squad at Anfield.
Signed on an initial loan from Valencia, the Merseyside club are not going to take up the option to sign the left-back permanently after a largely poor campaign in England for the Frenchman.