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Emiliano Insua expected to make surprise Liverpool FC return in January

by Richard Buxton. Published Tue 16 Nov 2010 21:10, last updated: 17/11/10

Liverpool could see Emiliano Insua make a shock return to the club after Galatasaray manager Gheorghe Hagi insisted he wanted no loan players in his squad.

Insua moved to the Istanbul club at the end of August on a season-long loan but is expected to return to England in January after Hagi outlined his plans for Gala since being appointed as Frank Rijkaard's successor last month - his second managerial stint with the club.

Following his return to the Aslantepe, the Romania legend has endured a difficult spell with a win over Denzilispor sandwiched between defeats against Trabzonspor and Manisaspor which has prompted a crisis meeting between the manager and the Cim bom's board of directors.

Reports in Turkey claim that attacking midfielder Zvjezdan Misimović heads the list of players set to be culled when the transfer window reopens after Hagi revealed that he was concerned with the attitude of several players.

Argentina international Insua, 21, is also expected to head for the exit after the left-back has made just nine appearances for the club this season whilst Hagi admitted that loan players had no place within his ranks.

He said: "Some football players at all is not normal behaviour.

"Teams do not want to loan players,"

Former Reds winger Harry Kewell is also expected to leave Galatasaray after Hagi conceded that the Australian's best days were behind him.

He added: "I respect his footballing past. But right now I need players whose footballing present is worth of respect."

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"Insua is welcome, did well last season" Kelvin, Kitwe around 4 years ago

"Have the bin dippers noticed they are never happy with their players or managers or anything? STFU you moaning peasants." don revie, australia around 4 years ago

"why play him at LB, he is better going forward and attacking, he can solve our LW position." karim, essex around 4 years ago

"i agree if insua back to red..fasters than koncsky.." wert, malaysia around 4 years ago

"If hes due back in January he will probably return by February. Hes always been a bit slow getting back" John, LIVERPOOL around 4 years ago

"once Insua returns, i say put him on LB and push Aurelio on the LW position, that would be awe-some" jeeten, indonesia around 4 years ago

"this is the best news of the month young and fantastic,insua is much welcome.roy was only confused of the big LFC.otherwise why loan my insu" bala.j, yei,south-sudan around 4 years ago

"he is quiet contemptuous. his bad" esh, india around 4 years ago

"Come on back we need you at Liverpool lad" Liz, London around 4 years ago

"That would be great news. A young international and a home-grown player. Too many games last season because Aurelio was always injured." Matthew, Edinburgh around 4 years ago

"He is better than Konchesky,he should be allowed back." chuks, nigeria around 4 years ago

"SELL LNSUA TO THEM, SELL Aquilani, UNLESS SELL LUCAS AWAY." Anonymous, SINGAPORE around 4 years ago

"Insua is lot better than Koncheski. I was surprised to see him go after what he did for the club last year. Aquilani won't be back." Ravi M Rai, Kathmandu, Nepal. around 4 years ago

"while coming back hold arda turan's left hand in your right hand...Get in" shaheen, india around 4 years ago

"Aquilani was not suited to the physicality and the pace of the Premier League. Leave him in Italy and Juventus might be stupid enough to buy" Ken, Rep of Ireland around 4 years ago

"So Insua couldn't hack it in a crap league in Turkey but you fans think he is good enough for Premiership. He is as useless as Konchesky." kenny, Rep of Ireland around 4 years ago

"This is brilliant news. Overused last term, but still did him himself no discredit. Bring back Aquilani as well." Rafa's the champ, Paris, France around 4 years ago

"It should be 'fools on this site WHO leave comments' (not THAT leave comments). Bad grammar Liverpool4life makes you appear very silly!" Tony Green, Jo\'burg, SA around 4 years ago

"I love the illiterate fools on this site that leave comments. Learn how to spell you mugs" Liverpool4life, L4 around 4 years ago

"about bloody time.Aquilani next.Roy is good enough 2 bring a team from drop zone 2 safety but not 2 the top 4 . Roy MUST go NOW , please." redownunder, australia around 4 years ago

"insua back agua back and kenny or rafa back and hodgson back at fulham" david, liverpool around 4 years ago

"Was overused last year, but does well when used sensibly; Bring him back." Michael Williams, Liverpool around 4 years ago

"lads hes too slow we need worldclass leftback worldclass rightbackin the making and its not johnston its kelly you defenders need " trev, dublin around 4 years ago

"Yes he is young and we should brimg him back..However, we also needs Aquilani back asap.Hodgson sorry but your mad to leave such talent go " Tonio, Malta around 4 years ago

"Great. Super young player, found it hard last season playing in a troubled season. Will Woy play him. When he's got super Konchesky?" Mick, Liverpool around 4 years ago

"Would be funny if our players deemed not good enough come back and do beeter than their replacements. the players loaned out fit NESV plans " kop, london around 4 years ago

"It's sad that we're clamouring for someone whose biggest asset is being "better than Konchesky". But oh well, he'll be welcomed back!" red2death, red2death around 4 years ago

"He was my player of the season last yr. We need more players like him!" Lukie, Sydney around 4 years ago

"Would be better than Koncheski, he didn't do too bad but was overused by Rafa." Bill, Liverpool around 4 years ago

"Excellent news! He should never have been allowed to leave. He is only young and still learning but he better than Konchesky, Aquilani next." Mike Arms, Liverpool around 4 years ago

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