One of the most-hated Anfield signings will return to Craven Cottage this summer.
Fulham are on the verge of re-signing Liverpool flop Paul Konchesky this summer for £1.5million. Manager Mark Hughes will tempt the 29-year-old back to Craven Cottage after a disastrous 12 months on Merseyside.
The England international moved to Liverpool with ex-Cottagers manager Roy Hodgson after helping Fulham to the Europa League final. The deal cost around £4million but Konchesky, currently on-loan at Nottingham Forest, never settled at Anfield.
He was the subject of fans discontentment and then his mother labelled Liverpool fan’s as ‘Scouse Scum’ on Facebook. After Hodgson was sacked, new manager Kenny Dalglish allowed Konchesky to move on-loan.
This leaves Liverpool with only one recognised left-back at the club, the injury-prone Fabio Aurelio but the Reds are constantly linked with a number of defenders. Jose Enrique, Taye Taiwo and Gael Clichy have all been mentioned as the Daglish re-building scheme begins to take shape.