Daniel Agger has admitted that he wants compatriot Christian Eriksen to join him at Liverpool in the summer. According to speculation the Reds are chasing the in demand Ajax playmaker who appears to be on his way out of the Erdivisie and having expressed an interest in the Premier League, Agger wants him at Anfield.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to make Barcelona's promising forward Christian Tello his first summer signing. The Reds appear to be locked in a three-way battle for Tello's signature with Spurs also in the frame. The Reds tried to sign Tello last summer, but they failed to broker a deal.
Brendan Rodgers insists Liverpool FC have no intention of selling Martin Skrtel this summer. The 28-year-old has started just one Premier League game since the defeat to Manchester United in January and speculation about his Anfield future has continued to grow. "It has been difficult for him and I've acknowledged and recognized that," Rodgers said.
Liverpool Centre back Daniel Agger will miss the final games of Liverpool's season after the club doctors confirmed the 28 year old will undergo a pro-active treatment to strengthen the condition of his back.
Agger enjoyed his best ever season for Liverpool in terms of injury-avoidance, starting every league game bar a one game suspension.
Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is set to miss the remaining two games of the season as he undergoes "proactive" treatment to strengthen his back, the club has announced. The Denmark international has made 39 appearances in all competitions for the Reds this season, scoring four goals in the process.
Daniel Agger is committed to staying at Liverpool despite mounting speculation Barcelona are ready to claw him away. The Danish centre-half has been continually linked with a move to the Catalan giants in the summer, as Tito Vilanova is looking for a potential replacement for Carles Puyol who has been beset by injuries this season.
Daniel Sturridge filled Luis Suarez's boots to perfection as Liverpool hit top gear to pile the pressure on Newcastle boss Alan Pardew. The striker, who scored for Chelsea at St James' Park last season, helped himself to a double as the Reds romped to a stunning victory which leaves the Magpies still deep in relegation trouble.
Liverpool Boss Brendan Rodgers says he will hold talks with Jamie Carragher before the end of current Barclays Premier League season in an attempt to persuade the Liverpool defender to resign a new contract and postpone his retirement.
Carragher announced that he would retire from professional football back in February after struggling to break into the first-team earlier in the season.
It would be nice to see Sturridge on the score sheet on Saturday... Image: liverpoolecho.co.uk
Liverpool are off down south on Saturday to face Pochettino's Southampton side. The Reds are heading into this game on the back of 3 wins in the league and if Southampton want to bolster their hopes of keeping out of the relegation zone they are going to need to put in a very good performance.
Daniel Agger of Liverpool (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
Although the January transfer window has come and gone, summer is quickly approaching for teams in hopes of strengthening their respective squads. According to the Daily Mail, Barcelona are already pursuing an interest in Liverpool's Daniel Agger.
Danish defender Daniel Agger could be leaving the Premier League at the end of the season as Barcelona prepares an offer for the Liverpool centre-back. The Spanish La Liga leaders will be looking for a future replacement for Carles Puyol (34), as the skipper faces the end of his career and the club plans to rejuvenate the defence, the Mirror reports.
Martin Skrtel has revealed that things are not ‘ideal' at Liverpool at this moment in time, with the Slovakian defender frustrated with his lack of starting opportunities in recent weeks. The former Zenit St Petersburg has enjoyed a first team role at Liverpool almost as soon as he arrived at Anfield in 2008 for a fee of £6.
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Liverpool play host to Swansea City on Sunday in the only Premier League game this weekend. This will be the Reds' third game in a week's time, and Rodgers will certainly be glad to see it come to an end.
After an impressive display in their 2-2 draw with Manchester City on Feb.
Jonjo Shelvey hits out on Liverpool fans on Twitter - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey at hit out at Liverpool fans on Twitter who criticised him heavily for his poor performance in the 2-0 defeat at the hands of West Bromwich Albion on Monday night.
Shelvey hits out on Liverpool fans on Twitter
The youngster made his first start in the league since Boxing Day defeat at the hands of Stoke City (his performance was miserable that day too) but endured a tough time against the Baggies as Rodgers took him off on the hour mark.
West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster included a Steven Gerrard penalty among a string of saves which laid the platform for the Baggies to record their first league win since Boxing Day. The former England international denied the Liverpool captain twice, once from the spot, as well as Jordan Henderson, Daniel Agger, Stewart Downing and Fabio Borini.
Well we can stop that talk about how Liverpool had a chance to finish in the top four in the Premier League. Today's 2-0 defeat at home ended all hope of that, and probably ended any hope of even qualifying for the Europa League.
This was a game that Liverpool dominated, but as they have done in the past they could score.
In his regular BBC Sport column on football tactics, Robbie Savage takes a closer look at the 2-2 draw between Manchester City and Liverpool. City's gameplan was to press Liverpool high up the pitch because of the attractive football Liverpool play. But, at times, it didn't matter how much City pressed as Liverpool played some fantastic football and, in Daniel Sturridge, had a player right on his game.
Sixth-place Arsenal didn't lose any ground on Chelsea, Tottenham, and Liverpool on Wed. Jan. 30 with their 2-2 home draw against Liverpool, but they didn't gain any on them either. However, they did fall a further two points behind fifth-place Everton. It was another game of two very different halves and while the team can be praised for coming back from a 2-0 deficit, when you look at the big picture it was another two points dropped at home and to a team below them in the league table.
Buying Ashley Williams will be a masterstroke for Liverpool - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, had addressed the need of buying few players in the January transfer window and so far he has kept his words.
The Reds have already signed Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea earlier this month and are almost in the process of wrapping up the deal for Inter Milan prodigy Philippe Coutinho who has completed his medical on Tuesday.
Robin van Persie/Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images
Robin van Persie and Luis Suarez are two players not only defining so much of what is great about their respective sides, but are also coming to define the 2012-13 Premier League campaign as arguably its most influential and thrilling performers.
Brendan Rodgers is expected to ring the changes for his Liverpool side's trip to Field Mill to face Mansfield Town in one of the standout glamour ties of the FA Cup third round. New signing Daniel Sturridge will be pushing for his first start for the club since his move from Chelsea, and the forward has seven goals in his last seven starts in the FA Cup.
Another top performance from Suarez... Image: itv.com
Liverpool bagged themselves all three points in a confident win at Loftus Road on Sunday. Manager Brendan Rodgers was absent through illness but it didn't matter because the Reds had all bases covered and thanks to Luis Suarez and Daniel Agger they found the back of the net thrice.
Liverpool defender Jose Enrique suffered a torn hamstring in Sunday's 3-0 win over QPR, Reds assistant boss Colin Pascoe has confirmed. The Spaniard was substituted after pulling up 71 minutes into the game at Loftus Road, which the Merseyside club won thanks to Daniel Agger's header and a Luis Suarez double.
QPR 0-3 Liverpool Good to see Liverpool return to winning ways with an accomplished display at Loftus road in beating Harry Rednapp's Queen's Park Rangers 3-0. Good to see Luis Suarez getting two goals and tormenting the opposition throughout the game. Good to see a high-tempo passing game which utterly bamboozled the home side for an hour.
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QPR vs Liverpool 0-3 Highlights 2012 Daniel Agger Luis Suarez Goals Video is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter QPR vs Liverpool 2012 ( Queens Park Rangers Liverpool VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- QPR vs Liverpool 0-3 ( Agger, Suarez*2) Loftus Road, London- 30 December, 2012- 16.
Liverpool defender Daniel Agger will once again be targeted by Barcelona this summer as they look to find a long term replacement for Carlos Puyol. Agger has been an ever present this season under Brendan Rodgers but reports in Spain say that former team mate Javier Mascherano has told Barca officials that Agger is the man they need at the heart of their defence.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has praised the club's "magician" Luis Suarez after the Uruguayan played a pivotal role in inflicting a 3-0 defeat on struggling Queens Park Rangers. The former Ajax forward scored two goals in the first 20 minutes of this afternoon's game at Loftus Road, adding his 12th and 13th goals of the Premier League campaign before Daniel Agger added a third before the half time whistle.
Everything seemed so good after the second leg of the Europa League against Benfica, when we just failed to make the semi-finals of the Europa League, but three games on and we are fighting for our Premier League survival. Daniel Agger scored first goal in 3 minutes After the second Benfica game we had six [.
Wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and hope to find you well. On this holiday that typically evokes some form of fantasy and magic, I want to join in the fun as well. No analyzing of past matches or comments, today's post is about my wish specifically my wish for the January transfer window.
Experienced back-up keeper Wojciech Szczesny is our number 1 keeper and unless there's a paradigm shift somewhere, I think he will be long a very, very long time.
Liverpool's Daniel Agger has offered former club Brondby a helping hand by turning down a payment from the cash-strapped Danish side. Agger joined Liverpool from Brondby in 2006 and last September, his former side was ordered to pay a lump sum to all current and former players as result of the club choosing not to pay supplementary holiday pay, pensions as well as other benefits since 2004.
Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger can perhaps count themselves lucky that Liverpool is a club which regularly lurches from one disaster to the next. Whether it be criticism over the failure to sign Clint Dempsey, an inability to shift high-salary also-rans or Luis Suarez's endless flirtation with controversy – there is always something big happening at Anfield.