Milan are standing by and ready to trade for Liverpool defender Daniel Agger, who has not yet signed a new deal at Anfield.
The Danish stopper's current contract expires in 2010, but the Reds have not moved forward to secure his future. Reports in England suggest coach Rafael Benitez has his doubts over the player. One coach who, according to Il Corriere Dello Sport, doesn't have any uncertainty on Agger is Carlo Ancelotti.
The report suggests Milan have been keeping a close eye on developments on Merseyside and Ancelotti is ready to forcibly show his hand to land his target. The Rossoneri feel the defender would be an useful addition to the squad in light of Paolo Maldini's retirement.
In addition, voices surrounding Milan imply that the club are ready to double Agger's wages, which the report claims are €2 million per season.
Liverpool risk losing the defender on a free transfer next season, however, they may consider cashing in on him. Reports in Italy claim Agger will arrive at the San Siro if Milan send €7m to Anfield.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com