Daniel Agger has revealed that his future at Liverpool is far from clear with just a week of the transfer window remaining.
The Reds’ vice-captain has been heavily linked with a move away from Anfield for much of the summer, with the signing of Dejan Lovren seen as the spark to seal his sale.
The Croatian has started both of the club’s Premier League games alongside Martin Skrtel, with the pair having impressive Frenchman Mamadou Sakho – who enjoyed a good World Cup – in reserve.
Agger is currently sidelined with a niggling knee injury picked up in pre-season and has been linked with Napoli, Atletico Madrid and Arsenal in recent weeks.
The 29-year-old has not yet been the subject of a concrete offer, but he says that his future on Merseyside is by no mean guaranteed as the clock continues to tick towards the transfer deadline:
“The future is complicated,” he told Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
“There are a few things that has to be sorted and we have to take it from there. I actually don’t know what will happen. It is a bit up to Liverpool.
“I have had niggling injuries at the wrong times and I have to say that it is difficult to change the team when it is winning. I am not frustrated by that. I am frustrated the way it happened and the way it was handled.”