Born in Hvidovre, Denmark on December 12, 1984. Danish professional soccer player Daniel Agger, who is currently playing as a central defender for his local club Brondby and his country’s national team, has an estimated net worth of $15 million with 2014 salary of £4.16 million. Agger’s career began in 1996 when he joined Brondby’s youth academy before going on to make a breakthrough into the senior team eight years later. There, he made 65 appearances and scored 5 goals. He moved to Premier League club Liverpool for a 4½-year contract worth £6 million (Danish-transfer record). At Liverpool he featured in 175 matches and netted 9 goals from 2006 to 2014. After going down in the pecking order at the Reds. Agger eventually decided to make a return to Brondby and has since made 13 appearances. Internationally, the defender represented Denmark U20 and Denmark U21 before being called up to join the senior team in 2005. He is now the captain of the Denmark national team and has to date had 66 international caps and 12 goals. With Brondby, Agger has won Danis Superliga and Danish Cup, while with Liverpool he won FA Community Shield: 2006, UEFA Champions League Runner-up: 2006-07, and League Cup: 2011-12. He has also won Danish Footballer of the Year and Premier League Goal of the Month: August 2006.