Liverpool defender Daniel Agger sealed a move back to his boyhood club Brondby after spending almost ten years at Anfield in the summer transfer window.

Agger made 232 appearances for the Merseyside outfit and is a fan favourite. Liverpool fans love him for the fact that he rejected Barcelona and Manchester City in the recent years and remained loyal to the club.

In an interview, the former Liverpool vice-captain revealed he felt Brendan Rodgers didn’t appreciate his contribution and they were not on the same page. Though Agger also described Rodgers as an extremely talented coach.

He told Danish programme Onside: “Let me put it this way, the manager and me were perhaps not on the same page during all of last season. For most of last season at least.

“There was much between us, and for me it was just enough. I felt that he didn’t appreciate the things I could and contributed. When I feel that, then it’s time to move on.

“Where me and him maybe went wrong from each other, was that I’m very direct. I say things as they are, and so I also expect that people are the same to me. Maybe it’s wrong to expect it sometimes.”