Denmark coach: Daniel Agger could become “frustrated and irritated” at Liverpool
Denmark coach Morten Olsen has suggested that Daniel Agger could become ‘frustrated and irritated’ if he remains a peripheral figure at Liverpool.
Agger, 29, started 16 Premier League games last season and fell down the pecking order under Brendan Rodgers as the Frenchman, Mamadou Sakho, was favoured when he was fit.
The Danish defender was made vice captain of the club last summer but failed to impress throughout the campaign, only showing glimpses of his ability in fleeting moments.
It is believed that Liverpool are open to offers for Daniel Agger.
“You may ask Daniel about [it],” he told Bold. “He can best gauge how it looks now and, more important, [for] next season.
“But of course he should be playing. Otherwise, I believe we will have a frustrated and irritated captain.
“I hope he will make the right choice.”
Agger won 64% of his headed duels in the Premier League last season – 45/70.