By Amir Mir
Daniel Agger has shown off his latest Liverpool tattoo- and fans on Twitter have expressed their love for the former Reds defender.
The Liverpool Echo reported that the former Danish international has added two liverbirds to his fingers, adding to the YNWA (You’ll never walk alone) ink he already has on his hand.
Supporters sounded their appreciation to the Anfield club’s fan favourite, following his decision to show fans what the Merseyside club really means to him.
One fan stated that Agger should become club ambassador and claimed he is a much better fit that former striker Michael Owen.
While another Reds supporter believes he was one of the best defenders in the league when healthy and now should be offered a role in the backroom staff at Anfield.
Overall the Anfield faithful praised the former centre-back for showing commitment and passion towards the club.
Here is a selection of messages on Twitter from Liverpool supporters reacting to Agger’s tattoo:
— Anything Liverpool (@Anything_LFC) October 12, 2016
Loved Agger still adore him, his YNWA tattoo is insane?
— Red (@Cayla_YNWA) October 12, 2016
Daniel Agger should become a club ambassador. Much better fit than Michael Owen….
— RobinLFC (@Robish13) October 12, 2016
One of the most confusing sales Liverpool ever made was selling Daniel Agger while keeping Martin Skrtel
— Chris Best (@FriskyFirmino) October 12, 2016
Agger should be brought back to the club as staff if he fancies it. One of the best defenders in the league when healthy.
— MerseysideFischer (@MerseysideFisch) October 12, 2016
Class by Daniel Agger. https://t.co/tvh9ZCZw4F
— Dave O’Connell (@DaveOCKOP) October 12, 2016
— THE ANFIELD WRAP (@TheAnfieldWrap) October 12, 2016
@stuffIfc thanks aggs for the commitment and passion u put in to each game u played with putting on a Liverpool shirt. YNWA
— Jon Patchett (@jon_patchett) October 12, 2016
Agger retired from the professional game in June at the age of 31. He left Liverpool in 2014 and returned to his boyhood club Brondby.
He made 232 appearances for the Reds, scoring 14 goals and providing nine assists. He also lifted the League Cup under the stewardship of club legend Kenny Dalglish in 2012.
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