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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Liverpool to offload Konchesky to Leicester City

Liverpool hope to start clearing their deadwood this week with Paul Konchesky considering a move to Leicester City. According to Telegraph, Konchesky will fly out to join Eriksson in Sweden tonight for a medical and is set to complete a £1.5 million move, barely 12 months after joining Liverpool.

Paul Konchesky Konchesky followed Roy Hodgson to Anfield from Fulham for £4 million last summer and, like his former manager, has endured a dreadful time on Merseyside. He spent the end of last season on loan at Nottingham Forest.

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Source: Telegraph

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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Why Liverpool will not be in the market for a new left-back?

Liverpool FC players has resumed training for the pre-season at Melwood this week. Almost a full squad has returned from their summer holidays except new boy Jordan Henderson, given extra days off after the U21 Championship. While, Luis Suarez and Lucas Leiva are both at Argentina for the Copa America and Dirk Kuyt are not seen at the Melwood training ground.

One particular photo has caught my attention is Emiliano Insua, who is back from Galatasaray on a season long loan. Are Liverpool looking to offload the young Argentinean fullback again?

Emiliano Insua All the rumours on Liverpool in the transfer market for a new left-back has left me wondering why? Insua, a prominent figure in Rafael Benitez squad before being shipped out on loan last summer by Roy Hodgson.

At 22-year-old, he fits FSG criteria and to nurture a young squad at Anfield. He may not be a good over-lapping fullback but given that his age and defensive quality at left-back during his 2009/10 Premier League campaign under Benitez. He has made a total of 42 appearances for Liverpool in all competition, scored 1 goal and 5 assists in 2009/10.

Although the 2009/10 season was an ill-fated one for Liverpool FC which the Reds finished at 7th place. The young Argentinean fullback rarely making any rash tackles. He only collected 3 yellow cards in all 42 games that season.

Even though, Dalglish are desperate to cut the dead woods at Anfield. Most noticeably, Paul Konchesky will be on his way out as he is surplus the requirement.

Given that the Reds has Fabio Aurelio who are injury prone and will not be features in every games. While, Jack Robinson has the potential to be a good fullback but it’s asking too much from a 17-year-old, as he still has a lot to learn on his trade.

Unless, Insua has set his sights and thoughts that his future lies away from Anfield. He should be remained at Liverpool and challenge for a place in the first team.

Tell us more on Emiliano Insua and what your thoughts on this young Argentina fullback in the comment box below.

Source: Liverpool FC Official

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Monday, June 20, 2011

Wolves interested in Liverpool left-back

Skysports.com understands Wolves have made an enquiry about Liverpool defender Paul Konchesky.

Paul Konchesky Konchesky is widely expected to leave Liverpool this summer with the player not figuring in Kenny Dalglish's long-term plans.

The full-back joined Liverpool from Fulham last summer, but following Dalglish's appointment as replacement for Roy Hodgson, Konchesky was farmed out on loan to Nottingham Forest.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is a big admirer of Konchesky and saw a move for him on loan during the January transfer window fail to materialise due to regulations which meant the player could only move to another club on an emergency loan having played for Fulham and Liverpool last season.

McCarthy is keen to bolster his defensive options and he has rekindled his interest in Konchesky.

A number of other clubs are thought to be keeping tabs on Konchesky's situation with Liverpool thought to be ready to offload the left-back.

Meanwhile, Liverpool will have announced they will conclude their pre-season preparations with a friendly against Spanish side Valencia at Anfield on 6th August.

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Source: Liverpool FC Official, Sky Sports

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Monday, January 31, 2011

Liverpool full-back joined Forest on loan

Liverpool full-back Paul Konchesky has joined Championship side Nottingham Forest on loan for the rest of the season.

Konchesky has endured a troubled time at Anfield since he was signed by former Reds manager Roy Hodgson from Fulham last August.

Paul Konchesky The 29-year-old had made 18 appearances for Liverpool this season, but has been unable to win over the club's supporters.

He has not made an appearance since Kenny Dalglish replaced Hodgson as manager earlier this month and had been linked with a return to Fulham.

However, Dalglish has now confirmed that Konchesky has opted to join Forest to boost the club's push for promotion to the Premier League.

Forest manager Billy Davies had been anxious to improve his squad before the transfer window closed and Konchesky could play in Tuesday's game away to Coventry City.

Meanwhile, Kenny Dalglish had nothing to report on Fernando Torres at this morning's press conference, but he did reveal that Jamie Carragher was back from injury and available for Wednesday's clash with Stoke.

In other news, Daniel Ayala has been loaned to Derby.

Sources: LiverpoolFC.tv, SKY SPORTS

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Liverpool left-back heading back to his former club

Liverpool are believed to be in advanced talks with Fulham over a possible return to Craven Cottage for left-back Paul Konchesky.

Paul Konchesky Konchesky has dropped out of the picture at Anfield in recent weeks following the appointment of Kenny Dalglish as manager.

The left-back was brought to Merseyside from the West London club in the summer by former Cottagers boss Roy Hodgson.

However, the defender has endured a difficult time in trying to win over the Reds fans and he has not played since Dalglish replaced Hodgson, with Glen Johnson starting in the left-back slot.

Fulham are now ready to offer Konchesky an escape route out of Anfield and a quick return to his former club by taking him on loan for the remainder of the season.

Mark Hughes is in the market for a new left-back, with Mexican defender Carlos Salcido reportedly failing to settle to life in England.

A number of clubs are thought to have made enquiries to ask about Konchesky's availability, but because he has already played for Fulham and Liverpool this season, the only club he can join during this month's transfer window is the Cottagers because of FIFA regulations.

Fulham are now hoping to reach an agreement with Liverpool to sign Konchesky before the transfer window closes on Monday.

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Sources: LiverpoolFC.tv, TeamTalk

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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Liverpool completes the signing of Fulham defender

Liverpool have today completed the signing of Paul Konchesky on a four-year contract.

Paul Konchesky The 29-year-old full-back moves to Anfield from Fulham after agreeing terms with the Reds and passing a medical.

Youngsters Lauri Dalla Valle and Alex Kacaniklic have made the switch from Anfield to Craven Cottage as part of the deal.

Konchesky has been allocated the number 3 shirt in Roy Hodgson's squad.

Source: Liverpoolfc.tv

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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Fulham full back on the verge of Anfield switch

Fulham’s Paul Konchesky is set for a move to Liverpool and is believed to be travelling to Merseyside for a medical this weekend.

The 29 year-old Englishman is expected to cost Liverpool around £4million and will see him link up with former boss Roy Hodgson at Anfield.

Konchesky’s transfer can be completed now as Fulham have signed their replacement for him, PSV’s Mexican international Carlos Salcido – a player Liverpool were also interested in.

Meanwhile, reports suggest that The Cottagers are in talks with two Liverpool youngsters, Lauri Dalla Valle and Alex Kacaniklic. The teenagers had medicals at Fulham.

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