Poulsen yet to hear from Reds

Poulsen made just nine appearances in his debut Premier League

campaign after seemingly struggling to adjust to the pace of the

English top flight. He has been linked with a move to Stoke this

summer and with Sunderland’s Jordan Henderson a target for Kenny

Dalglish, it looks likely the 31-year-old could move on. However,

Poulsen’s advisor, Jorn Bonnesen, told Danish newspaper B.T: “It

could be that Christian is in the pool of players who are up for

sale, but we have not heard anything about that. “There has been no

contact with Liverpool, and we stick to the contract.” “We will not

consider anything before we have heard from Liverpool that they

don’t want to keep Christian. We will remain loyal to Liverpool.”

Daniel Agger, meanwhile, is one Dane that is a firm part of

Dalglish’s rebuilding plans at Anfield. The defender sustained a

knee injury in the defeat at West Brom at the beginning of April,

but he is expected to be ready for pre-season. Agger’s agent, Per

Steffensen, said: “He has had his leg in plaster for a long time

and has been walking with crutches. “But he has started to run and

during his holiday he has an exercise plan to stick to. “So nothing

should stand in his way from beginning training with his

team-mates.”