Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Rafa Targets Daniel Agger Re-union At Inter

Inter Milan are considering a move for Daniel Agger in January as a replacement for the injured Walter Samuel. Scans indicate that the Argentina defender will be sidelined for the rest of the season after suffering severe ligament damage during Saturday's 1-1 draw with Brescia, prompting Rafael Benitez to look at returning to his former club in a bid to capture Denmark international Agger. But the 25-year-old's chances of a move to the San Siro have been dealt a cruel blow after it emerged that he was a long- term injury concern, with his expected return date at Anfield on hold indefinitely after suffering a calf injury, which has been assessed by two specialists. Benitez has refused to name his potential successors to Samuel but has hinted that he in the market for a defender, leading to increasing speculation that he will try to re-sign Agger after paying £5.8million to take him from Brondby to Anfield in January 2006. He said: ''Since we've lost such an important player as Samuel, we will have to arrange the roster in January.''

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