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Liverpool left back saga takes loan twist - reports

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Cesena are 'waiting for developments' ahead of a potential move for Liverpool left back Emiliano Insua, according to reports.

The Argentine defender is being lined-up as a potential replacement for Japanese full back Yuto Nagatomo, who made a permanent move to Inter Milan at the end of last season.

Insua joined Liverpool in 2007 after a successful loan from Boca Juniors, but the 22-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Anfield and made only 44 Barclays Premier League appearances for the Reds in his four years with the club.

Last year, Insua joined Galatasaray on loan, and his Liverpool career was thought to be coming to an end.

However, Kenny Dalglish appears to have thrown the player a potential lifeline on Merseyside, and the defender featured in Liverpool Reserves' 2-0 friendly defeat to Tranmere Rovers only yesterday.

With the club currently unable to resolve their left back issues, Insua may be required to stay on Merseyside, and Gazzetta Dello Sport is reporting that Cesena are 'waiting for developments' with regards to the situation at Anfield.


 

Liverpool are chasing Jose Enrique, with an £8 million move heavily mooted in the British press this morning.

Should a deal go through, then Insua may be allowed to leave Liverpool on loan, with a view to a permanent deal next summer.

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