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Former Liverpool and Denmark defender Daniel Agger may no longer play for the Reds, but he appears to still hold the club close to his heart. The Kop legend makes post from time to time about his playing days at Merseyside, with the most recent one affirming the club's position in his heart.

The former Red recently took to Instagram to upload a picture of himself wearing a Liverpool kit and included the caption "Take me back to 2014." The caption strongly indicates that he wishes he was still playing for the club he joined as a 21-year-old from Danish Superliga outfit Brøndby IF.

He left the Danish club and became a full-fledged Red in 2006 for a fee of €8.76 million. He proved to be a fine signing for the English club, amassing a total of 232 appearances at Anfield. In those 232 appearances, he was able to score 14 goals, and further assisted nine goals.
After being a loyal servant for the Reds for eight years, he brought his Liverpool career to an end and left the club in the summer transfer window of 2014, returning to the club he initially signed for personal reasons. He then decided to hang his boots two years later (2016) after a decent career he had.
For Brøndby, Agger won the Superliga and DBU Pokalen titles in the 2004/2005 season. And during his spell at Anfield, he won the FA Cup (2005/2006), the Community Shield (2006/2007), and the League Cup (2011/2012).
He didn't score goals for Liverpool alone, as he took his goal-scoring ability to the international stage. For Denmark, since making his full international debut in 2005, Agger managed to make 75 appearances, scoring 11 goals for his country in the process.