Daniel Agger insists he has no plans to leave Liverpool despite telling a television channel in his native Denmark he would consider an exit if he does not play.
Agger, 28, has not started a game for the club since manager Brendan Rodgers changed his defensive formation in late September.
Liverpool rejected a 14.6 million pound offer from Barcelona for the centre-back during the summer, having fended off interest from Manchester City in 2012.
But his last start for the club came in the 1-0 Premier League defeat against Southampton on Sept. 21, when he had to come off during the second half as he struggled with the effects of a rib injury.
Agger’s chances since then have been limited by Rodgers' decision to switch from a flat back four to a three-man central defence consisting of Kolo Toure, Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho.
And the Denmark international, a six million pound signing from Brondby in 2006, has indicated that he may decide to move on when the transfer window op...