Liverpool have confirmed their defender Daniel Agger has rejoined his former club Brondby on Saturday.
The Danish international joined the Merseyside club from his native side in January 2006. After spending his time at Anfield, the central defender has decided to end his time with Brendan Rodgers’ side.
A statement on Liverpool’s official website read, ” Liverpool have today confirmed that defender Daniel Agger has sealed a permanent return to his former team, Brondby.”
“During almost nine years with Liverpool, the centre-back made 232 appearances, scoring 14 goals and lifting one trophy, the 2012 Carling Cup, after starting the final against Cardiff City at Wembley,” it added.