Agger could be on his way out of Anfield.
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Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has admitted that he is unsure about his future at Anfield and that he could leave the club this summer.
Agger has been strongly linked with Arsenal as they look for a replacement for former captain Thomas Vermaelen – who joined Barcelona for £15m – and these comments from the Denmark international will give them renewed hope in their pursuit.
“The future is complicated,” the 29-year-old told Danish newspaper Jyllands Posten.
“There are a few things that have to be sorted and we have to take it from there. I actually don’t know what will happen.”
Agger has become disillusioned with life on Merseyside as several new stars have been bought in who are now ahead of him in the pecking order for a place in the starting XI.
Currently Martin Skrtel and new £20m signing Dejan Lovren are the preferred central defensive partnership, whilst Mamadou Sakho is also ahead of the vice-captain.
The Gunners meanwhile are very short at the back with Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker the only natural centre-backs at the Emirates Stadium at the moment.
New £16m signing Calum Chambers has been used there in the absence of Mertesacker and impressed, although has generally been utilised as a right-back in the past and at 19-years-old cannot have too much pressure lumped on his young shoulders.
Therefore Agger could be the ideal option for the North London outfit.
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