Where is Daniel Agger now?
A classy ball-playing centre back, Daniel Agger retired from playing professionally in 2016 after his contract with Danish side Brondby expired.
Injuries blighted the talented defender throughout his career and he eventually retired at the relatively young age of 32.
Agger went on record stating that he had taken too many anti-inflammatories over the course of his career which his body eventually couldn’t cope with, hence the early retirement.
A huge fan of tattoos and a qualified tattoo artist himself, Agger went through the pain barrier to show his love for Liverpool by getting the liver bird club crest tattooed on two of his fingers.
He already had YNWA (You Never Walk Alone) tattooed on the same hand.
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Upon retiring, Agger left his native Denmark and moved to the significantly warmer climate of Southern Spain where he can indulge in his love for golf.
Agger established a number of businesses during his time as a professional footballer which he now focuses on in retirement.
One of these businesses is a sewage company with his uncle, brother and a childhood friend called KloAgger.
He is also an investor in tattoodo.com which is a hugely popular social platform where people find inspiration and share tattoos. The website is one of the world’s biggest companies of its kind.
Agger also continues his work with the Agger Foundation which he set up in 2012 helping young children who have suffered from illness or had to grow up in difficult conditions.
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Daniel Agger: Premier League Statistics
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