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They were flying early on - they had Adam Armstrong on loan, but they were all loanees, so at the end of last season, them loanees go back.
Exeter could field loanees Luke Croll and Jack Stacey but Lee Holmes is still out.
Nemanja Matic is the most famous Chelsea player to have spent time with Vitesse but the Blues have sent five loanees to Dutch club this term and will hope they return to London as better players.
Here are the loanees who will hope to impress Klopp between now and the end of the season: SHEYI OJO The most obvious 'promotion' amongst the Academy boys, Ojo was granted the same sort of move as Jordon Ibe was the season previous: an entertaining, hardworking Championship club.
Loanees, such as Scott Allan, Aaron Mclean, Albert Rusnak and Tyler Blackett - for one reason or another - struggled to make any sort of impact.
It would be nice if we could keep the two loanees and, if we do so, we'll be happy with the squad we've got.
Campbell's fellow loanees Cameron Stewart and David Jones are also unavailable, meaning Josh King (hamstring) and David Dunn (calf) could be among the substitutes.
WATFORD 2 Vydra 35, Ekstrand 68 DERBY 1 Ward (pen) 73 MATEJ VYDRA and Joel Ekstrand, two of Watford's controversial loanees, lifted the Hornets into second place in the Championship yesterday.
Norwich are an eclectic mix of Championship and league one signings, mixed with Premier League loanees and no less than six with non-league backgrounds; Grant, Crofts, Jackson, Morrison, Martin and Johnson.
Read the match reports: The players at the heart of almost all the action were loanees.
489 million to six loanees during 1989 to 1994 for establishment of commercial units.