REPORT: 5 Best Footballers Doing Excellently Well On Loan This Season


The season is very close to coming to an end and some footballers are balling on loan from their parent clubs.

Here are the top five footballers listed below.

1. Pedro Porro.

Porro is on loan at Sporting Lisbon from Manchester City and he has been enjoying his time in Portugal so far. Last season, he helped Sporting Lisbon to a historical domestic double and this season, he cemented his name as one of the best young defenders to look out for.

2. Sepp van den Berg.

Labelled by Liverpool fans as the next Virgil van Dijk, van den Berg has been on loan at Preston North End from Liverpool for over a year now.

He has been Preston’s best defender this season despite being only 20 years old and the kid looks very promising.

3. William Saliba.

Saliba is on loan at Marseille from Arsenal and he has been one of the best defenders in Ligue 1 this season. He is a confident young centre-back who is comfortable with and without the ball. The future looks bright for him and Arteta will surely have Saliba in his plans.

4. Merih Demiral.

When Cristian Romero left Atalanta for Tottenham Hotspur, Atalanta needed a replacement. And they got one heck of a replacement.

And they got one heck of a replacement with Demiral who is on loan from Juventus. This Turkish centre-back has proven he is an amazing defender and because he is still 24, Juventus will want to keep him.

5. Conor Gallagher.

Is there any reason why Gallagher shouldn’t be regarded above the rest? I mean, the boy has been incredible at Crystal Palace this season. He is a serious baller and too good to sit on the bench at Chelsea. Thomas Tuchel will surely have to play him if he decided to bring him back.

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