Do Liverpool really need him upon his return?
This obviously raises doubts over whether he would be good enough for Liverpool if he failed to get a move to a team who finished mid-table in the Turkish league, but as Galatasaray are going through a transitional period at the moment, such a judgement would be slightly unfair.
He was certainly thrown in the deep end during his first season in the Liverpool first team in the 2009/10 campaign and he had a poor season by all accounts. Some Reds fans believe patience is needed, much like with Lucas Leiva, but from the season I saw of the Argentine playing at left back for Liverpool, I just don’t see how he has the physical attributes to cope in the Premier League.
I maybe proven wrong but I feel Insua’s presence at the club would disrupt the development of younger, more promising players in the position such as the talented Jack Robinson. A move to Italy, perhaps to Roma, could be best for all concerned and if he does leave, I wish him all the best for the future.
Article is courtesy of David Tully at Live4Liverpool