I guess it's all bullshit, but it comes from a normally reliable newspaper in Denmark, Jyllandposten, so they might know something..
Barcelona interested in Agger
BY TROELS HENRIKSEN
Three big clubs are interested in buying Daniel Agger clear of Liverpool.
The Danish national team captain receive interest from the club that all players dream to play in. The newspaper Jyllands-Posten learns that FC Barcelona are interested in buying Daniel Agger, but that negotiations are not yet concrete.
In addition to FC Barcelona learns Jyllands-Posten that even Real Madrid and Manchester City have shown interest. Manchester City and Real Madrid won the championship last season, while FC Barcelona has won the Champions League twice in the last four seasons and three times in the last six.
The website transfermarkt.de who estimated the value of a wide range footballers, estimates that Daniel Agger is currently 112 million DKR. If Daniel Agger switches to one of the three clubs, it will be the most expensive transfer in Danish football history.
One of the major uncertainties in the possible trade is Liverpool. It is not certain that the English club is at all interested in selling Daniel Agger as the Dane has been one of the crowded, English club's best players in the last season and he is one of the top of the hierarchy in the team after the club icon Steven Gerrard. For this reason, it has been advanced that the club would rather extend Agger's contract and have no plans to sell him.
Liverpool's new manager Brendan Rodgers, suggested six days ago that he would prefer that the club extends Agger's contract after a telephone conversation with Dane.
"He has made it very clear that he will be here and fight and work to make the club better. These are things we will try to find solutions in the coming months, " Brendan Rodgers told the newspaper, the Daily Express.
Daniel Agger has two years left on current contract with Liverpool. Therefore, the club is not as pressured to sell him as if he only had one year left on contract. Jyllands-Posten would have liked a comment from the parties, including Daniel Agger or his agent, Per Steffensen, but it has not been possible.http://jyllands-posten.dk/sport/fodbold/intfodbold/premier_league/article4781344.ece?