Lot # 99: Emiliano Insua #14 Rayo Vallecano (Spain) Match Worn Shirt for Spanish League LFP 2014/15 season (FIFA U-20 World Cup 2007 Argentina Champion)

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Emiliano Insua #14 Rayo Vallecano (Spain) Match Worn Shirt for Spanish League LFP 2014/15 season. Provenance: Former Football Agent of Emiliano Insua.
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Emiliano Adrián Insúa Zapata (born 7 January 1989) is an Argentine footballer who plays as a left back for German club VfB Stuttgart. Insúa began his football career with youth team Pinocho in Villa Urquiza, Argentina, later moving to, Buenos Aires-based team, Boca Juniors. The left back did not break into the first-team at La Bombonera when he caught the attention of scouts Frank McParland and Paddy Murphy from Liverpool. After some solid performances for the Argentinian U17s, many clubs were desperate to sign him, a player who rarely had appearances for his then club, and Boca were also very keen to get a profit from this young prodigy which led to negotiations between Liverpool and Boca. The defender agreed to an 18-month loan deal with the Merseyside club on 28 November 2006, beginning his loan period in January. Liverpool Insúa made his first-team debut against Portsmouth on 28 April 2007, but made only one more league appearance that season. His loan deal was made permanent in August 2007 in the deal which saw Gabriel Paletta move to Boca Juniors. The following season Insúa made only three more first-team league appearances but found success with Gary Ablett's Premier Reserve League winning team; along with other Liverpool youngsters. His performances impressed manager Rafael Benítez enough to offer him a new three-year deal at the club. In December 2008 Insua got a run of games in the Liverpool first team, due to an injury to Fábio Aurélio and also due to the form of Andrea Dossena. Insúa found himself starting in Liverpool's opening six Premier League games and the first tie of their UEFA Champions League campaign. He scored his first goal for the club in a Football League Cup match against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on 28 October 2009.  On 31 August 2010, he joined Galatasaray on a one-year loan deal with an option to transfer permanently next year on 30 June, when the deal expired. He wore the number 6 shirt. In August 2009 Insúa returned to Liverpool for pre-season training following his loan spell. After being denied entry into China for passport reasons, Insua rejoined the Liverpool squad in Malaysia. He featured in Liverpool's 6–3 win over a Malaysian select team, coming on as a second-half substitute and scoring a goal. Sporting Clube de Portugal On 27 August 2011, Sporting Clube de Portugal announced that Insúa had signed for the club in a five-year deal for an undisclosed fee. He was given the number 48. On 25 January 2013, Atlético Madrid announced that they have reached an agreement with Sporting Clube de Portugal for the transfer of Insúa, reportedly for €3.5 million. On 1 September 2014 Insúa was loaned to fellow league team Rayo Vallecano, in a season-long deal. On 11 July 2015 Insúa mutually terminated his contract with Atlético and signed with VfB Stuttgart until 2018.
The player succeeded on the Under-20s international scene, playing three games to finish with the runner-up medal at the 2007 South American Youth Championship, which served as a qualifier for the FIFA U20 World Cup where he played seven games, conceding just 4 goals in the entire tournament and aiding the Argentina Under-20 team to victory against the Czech Republic in the FIFA U20 World Cup final on 22 July 2007. On 24 August 2009, Liverpool manager Rafael Benítez said that Diego Maradona was monitoring the progress of Insúa and considering calling him up for international duty with Argentina.

Shirt details: Errea trademark. Made in EU. Size L.  Rayo Vallecano shield stitched. LFP Patch stitched on the sleeve. Name and numbers stamped on the shirt. See close up pictures for more details!

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