This subject has been discussed many times involving what glue is best?
In my opinion, none of them. The only viable answer is by welding if it is seriously damaged, then machining to size.
If the bearing housing has worn/stretched to a point where the bearing slips in and out with very little effort a housing liner is the best answer.
Fortunately, I caught Anita between jobs and asked if she would repair this housing for me.
Normally we would like to work from tooling plates, so that all the hole centers would be known.
Unfortunately, this casting has no obvious dowel holes or datum points.
The housing was cleaned by machining it 0.5mm oversize on the radius.
An oversized liner was made and pressed in with some bearing fit glue smeared on both faces.
The bore clocked up again and machined to give the correct interference fit on a new bearing.