The Loaned Out Players Returning To The Premier League: Will They Do The Same for Their Parent Clubs?

The Loaned Out Players Returning To The Premier League: Will They Do The Same for Their Parent Clubs?

Diogo Dalot
Diogo Dalot. Image Credits: Twitter

Loan players around Europe will be pondering where their futures lie as the 2020/21 season ends. Many players have been loaned out to other teams for purposes of finding playing time.

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Harvey Elliot

Blackburn had a disappointing season in the Championship, ending the season at position 15 in the table. Liverpool supporters, on the other hand, would have watched with interest as Harvey Elliott gained vital experience at Ewood Park.

The youngster started 31 of the club’s 46 league games and put up a string of solid performances, generally starting on the right flank. His 11 assists were third in the division, and he added seven goals to his total. Only Emiliano Buendia (18) has produced more clear-cut opportunities in the Championship this season than Elliott (14) has. His return to Merseyside this summer should delight some Liverpool supporters.

Oliver Skipp

Oliver Skipp missed out on playing in all 46 of Norwich’s games during their title-winning season due to an injury sustained in the last week of the season, but that does not take away the fact that Skipp was instrumental for their swift return to the English top flight.

Norwich had the best possession (58.3 percent) and pass success rate (82.8 percent) in the division at the end of the season. Skipp was a big part of that, with more accurate passes (2,208) than any other Championship midfielder. Tottenham will almost certainly make changes this summer, but if they want new blood in midfield, they have a capable lad here.

William Saliba

When William Saliba joined Arsenal last summer, he expected to become a key member of the team’s defense. However, the Frenchman was moved on loan to Nice earlier this year after failing to make an appearance for Mikel Arteta’s side. The 20-year-old hasn’t exactly lit up Ligue 1, but his distribution has drawn attention. His 91.3 percent pass success rate was the tenth best among regular players in Ligue 1 this season; eliminate PSG players and he jumps to third. Arsenal are in need of a new centre-back after David Luiz’s departure this summer. The kid, who will most certainly get an opportunity to impress Arteta during pre-season, appears to be the ideal match.

Ryan Sessegnon

Another Tottenham loanee, Ryan Sessegnon, did not play as much for Hoffenheim as Skipp did for Norwich this season, but consistent playing time in one of Europe’s top leagues will have been beneficial to the 21-year-old. He scored twice and assisted on five league goals for Hoffenheim this season. Sessegnon will be confident of returning to England and presenting Sergio Reguilón with serious competition for a starting berth, with the onus on the full-backs to create width for Spurs.

Diogo Dalot

Following the signing of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, the Portuguese right-back was no longer required at United, and though he has sealed down a starting berth at Old Trafford, competition would benefit the former Crystal Palace man. After a strong season with Milan, a number of clubs have expressed interest in Dalot, but the 22-year-old might be a valuable addition to United’s squad next season.