Fiorentina have made an offer for Liverpool defender Daniel Agger, according to a FIFA agent, but he is haggling over wages.
“The Viola have put forward a contract proposal to Agger, offering him €1.5m, but he wants €2m per season,” FIFA agent Bernardo Brovarone told Lady Radio in Florence.
“Now we have to wait and see what Liverpool say about it.”
It is not the first time that Agger has been linked with a move this season.
The Danish defender arrived at Anfield in 2006, but is one of several players unsettled by the change in management.
Tottenham are also said to be interested, while there were links with Juventus and Inter.
"I still have three years on my contract but it's not me who decides if I'm playing," Agger told ESPN.co.uk before Roy Hodgson made way for Kenny Dalglish.
"But if I'm not playing and I'm not injured, I have no reason to be here. I'm 26 and I feel I can play regularly at this level at this club.
"So if I'm not going to play and be on the bench for a while, obviously I'm not interested in being here. Then I must see what options I have."
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