Silky-smooth Dane is going nowhere this summer, says the player himself.
Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has rejected recent speculation linking him with a move to Spanish giants FC Barcelona at the end of the season, reports the Daily Mirror.
The highly-talented Denmark international has been the subject of intense rumours of late suggesting that the centre back is wanted by the Catalan giants when the transfer window reopens on 1 June.
Agger, 28, was allegedy on the verge of a move to the then Premier League champions Manchester City last summer, only for Roberto Mancini to refuse to meet Liverpool’s £27 million valuation of their player.
And during the recent January transfer window stories in both Spain and England stated that Barca were also keen to sign Agger as a potential replacement for their veteran captain and central defender Carles Puyol at Camp Nou for next season.
However Agger, who has been at Anfield for seven years now after signing from Bronby for only £6m in Jan 2006, has now come out to dismiss those rumours and confirm that he intends to see out the remaining three years of his Reds contract.
“I’m happy here. I still have three years left on my contract and I intend to fulfil them,” said Agger.
“There are always rumours. Who’s creating them? I don’t know.
“It’s not a bad thing to be linked with big clubs, but you have to take 70 per cent off whatever you hear and then there’s the reality.”