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City lead the way with Premier League loanees. They currently have 36 plying their trade away from the Etihad. Chelsea have been active in the loan market for quite some time. With Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham and Tomori all reaping the benefits this season. They currently have 28 on loan. Quique Snchez Flores has to keep his eye on 24 players who are out on loan from Vicarage Road Brighton are surprisingly in fourth place with 20 loan players dotted around Europe, South America and the lower divisions. The midlands club are also stockpiling talent with 18 players signed up but competing away from Molineux Stadium. The south coast club has 16 players currently out on loan The Canaries are in the middle of an injury crisis but they do have 15 players on their books currently away from Carrow Road Everton have had a poor start to the season and are struggling in the bottom three. Perhaps they should have a look at one or two of their 14 loanees. Jurgen Klopp's men lead the wat at the top of the Premier League and has 14 other players he could call upon who are currently out on loan. Eddie Howe has a full extra team, plus two subs, with 13 players away from the Vitality Stadium. Chris Wilder has a few back-up options with 12. Brendan Rodgers has another 11 away from the King Power Just when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thought it could not get much worse....Ex-England manager Sam Allardyce tipped United for a relegation battle this season. United have 10 out on loan. The Gunners have quietly moved into the top three. If they need some back-up to maintain their top four challenge, they have eight out on loan Steve Bruce may have brought himself some time with a victory against Manchester United...He also has eight players currently on loan West Ham United are well down the list but they still have eight players signed up who are playing away from the London Stadium Aston Villa spent 140m on their return to the Premier League and just in case that wasn't enough, Dean Smith's men still have seven out on loan Mauricio Pochettino has much to ponder after defeats to Bayern Munich and then Brighton. Poch has seven players out on loan Roy Hodgson's men are sixth in the table and they have the joint fewest number of loanees in the Premier League with four Finally, Sean Dyche's Burnley have the same number as Crystal Palace with four players away from Turf Moor.