Emiliano Insúa signed with the LA Galaxy on Jan. 2, 2020.
Insúa, 30, joins the club after a decorated career in Europe representing teams in England, Turkey, Spain, Portugal and Germany, most recently playing for German side VfB Stuttgart.
Emiliano began his career with Argentina’s Boca Juniors before a move to Liverpool in England. Since 2007, the defender has also represented Galatasaray (Turkey), Sporting CP (Portugal), Atlético Madrid (Spain), Rayo Vallecano (Spain) and VfB Stuttgart (Germany), while capturing a La Liga title (2013-14), Copa del Rey (2012-13), a 2. Bundesliga title (2016-17) in addition to winning the U-20 World Cup with Argentina (2007).
Insúa joins the club from Stuttgart, where he played since 2015, enjoying the longest stretch of his career. In 2017, his side captured the 2.Bundesliga title in 2017 to be promoted back to Bundesliga after they were relegated in 2016. He has made 125 times for the club during his time in Germany.
Internationally, Insúa has represented various Argentina youth sides and made five appearances for the senior Argentina National Team. In 2007, he helped lead his side to the FIFA U-20 World Cup title.