Where is Daniel Agger now?
A classy ball-playing centre back, Daniel Agger retired from playing professionally in 2016 at the relatively young age of 32 after his contract with Danish side Brondby expired.
He 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.
Despite having to retire early he still managed to make nearly 300 appearances for just two clubs winning the Danish Superliga and Cup with Brondby as well as the League Cup with Liverpool.
He was also an important member of the Denmark national side between 2005 and 2016 making 75 appearances and scoring 11 goals.
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Upon retiring from playing, Agger left his native Denmark and moved to the significantly warmer climate of Southern Spain where he could indulge in his love for golf.
He now focuses on a number of businesses which he setup during his time as a footballer including a sewage company called KloAgger as well as an investment 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 his Foundation which he setup 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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