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Find Out Which EPL Team Has The Most Tattooed Defence

Do Liverpool have the most tattooed defence after Dejan Lovren joined?
Like it or not, Dejan Lovren’s £2 million arrival to Liverpool has sealed them as the most tattooed defence in the Premier League ahead of next season.
Alongside Glen Johnson, Martin Skrtel and Daniel Agger, the Croatian’s move to Anfield now means
Brendan Rodgers could field a back line of heavily-inked up players.
Lovren, who has been Rodgers’ No 1 target for central defence all summer, agreed terms on a five-year contract after he completed a medical on Merseyside on Sunday.
The former Southampton man’s tattoos include positions on his ribs, upper body and arms – with one in particular reading ‘We will never let you go’ on his forearm.
Lovren’s impressive array of body art has a long way to go before comparing to team-mate Agger’s though.
The Denmark international boasts tattoo sleeves on both arms, a tribute to his parents on either calf, as well as an incredibly painful looking piece of artwork that covers the whole of his back and ribs, which includes a Viking graveyard.
To top if off though, Agger who arrived at Anfield under Rafa Benitez in 2006, will always carry the spirit of Anfield with him wherever he goes after having the club’s iconic song ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ initials tattoed on his right fist.
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