Former Danish international Daniel Ager was considered an excellent footballer, and after the end of his career he decided to devote himself to his business.
Agger spent eight years at Liverpool before returning to Brondby in 2014, where he played for the rest of his career.
After only two seasons, Ager decided to retire from professional football and open several businesses in Denmark, one of which turned out to be a complete success.
In 2013, Ager founded the company “KloAger”, which deals with the maintenance of public toilets in Denmark, and this business brought him millions of euros in profit
The Danish media write that Ager has also devoted himself to a coaching career, so he has already applied for a license.
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