During his eight years at Liverpool, Daniel Agger was almost as famous for his tattoos as his football. The Danish defender has a huge array of body art and – having recently retired after a spell back home with Brøndby – is now a qualified tattoo artist.
During the summer of 2012, Agger was linked with a move away from Anfield. In reality he had no intention of leaving, but speculation about his departure continued nonetheless.
So Agger made a clear statement about his future in the way he knew best: a tattoo. Referring to the club's iconic anthem, You'll Never Walk Alone, Agger had the letters YNWA tattooed across his knuckles. Unsurprisingly, it further increased his popularity among the Anfield faithful, a fan base that treasures loyalty more than most.
In this video with Tattoodo, Agger explains the meaning behind his tattoos, revealing that he got his first as a 15-year-old on a school trip. He also adds to his collection, with Ami James inking liverpool's liver bird emblem on the former footballer's finger.
All good things come at a price, however. Or, as the tattooist himself puts it: "That's gonna fucking hurt!"