It was another tough week for Everton’s out-on-loan players, but do any of these lads have a future at the club?
Henry Onyekuru - Galatasaray
Two of Turkey’s most famous clubs went head-to-head as Galatasaray paid a visit to struggling Fenerbahce knowing that they really needed a win to keep close to league leaders, Istanbul Basaksehir.
Henry Onyekuru started on the left of a front three and put his side in front in the 66th minute with back post header which prompted wild celebrations, only for 10-man Fenerbahce to equalise just minutes late and the match end 1-1.
Nikola Vlasic – CSKA Moscow
Disappointing weekend for Vlasic and CSKA as the youngster once again started in the middle of the park but couldn’t prevent his side losing 3-2 at home to FC Orenburg, a result which sees them drop down to fourth.
Antonee Robinson – Wigan Athletic
Robinson kept his spot at left-back for Wigan and impressed once again as he helped the Latics to a vital point in a 1-1 draw with high-flying league leaders Norwich.
The 21-year-old has impressed this season and may be brought back into the Everton fold as cover for Lucas Digne going forward.
Whether he forms part of the Everton squad next season, though, is likely to hinge on whether Leighton Baines gets and signs a new deal or not. If Baines is to stay, Robinson will likely go out for another Championship, but hopefully to a promotion-chasing, rather than relegation-battling, club.
Beni Baningime – Wigan Athletic
Still not getting any kind of action for Wigan.
Callum Connolly – Bolton Wanderers
Miserable weekend for Bolton as they were fell to a 4-0 defeat at Derby which all but confirms their relegation from the Championship.
The versatile Connolly lined up at right-back for the Wanderers, having also line up at left-back, central midfield and on the right wing so far this season.
Joe Williams – Bolton Wanderers
Also featured in the heart of Bolton’s midfield for the crushing defeat.
Will be interesting to see whether he features in Marco Silva’s plans in the summer or will be sold, with the tough-tackling midfielder now 22 years of age.
Matthew Pennington – Ipswich Town
An ankle injury ended Pennington’s season early. Will surely leave the Blues permanently in the summer, with plenty of interest from the Championship likely for the 24-year-old.
Kieran Dowell – Sheffield United
Watched the Blades 1-1 draw with Millwall from the bench. Struggling to really impress at Bramall Lane, meaning another loan next season looks likely.
Mason Holgate – West Bromwich Albion
Played right-wing back for West Brom as they stormed to a 4-1 win over Preston. Very popular at the Hawthorns.
Wouldn’t rule out Holgate pushing Coleman for the right-back spot at Goodison Park next season.
Antony Evans – Blackpool
Didn’t leave the bench for Blackpool as they lost 1-0 at home to Peterborough.
Shayne Lavery - Falkirk
Also didn’t get any minutes as he watched Falkirk’s 1-0 win from the bench again.
Joe Hilton – Marine
The 19-year-old was awarded man of the match for his performance between the sticks in Marine’s 1-1 draw with Buxton. He couldn’t be doing any more in his hopes to get a new deal at Everton this summer.
Ashley Williams – Stoke City
Played right-back and got an assist for the first goal, but Stoke were pegged back to a 2-2 draw by lowly Rotherham.
Cuco Martina - Feyenoord
Started at right-back but was subbed off after 57 minutes.
Luke Garbutt – Oxford United
Kept his place in the side after scoring last week, but was replaced on 68 minutes of Oxford’s goalless draw with AFC Wimbledon
Shani Tarashaj - Grasshopper
Kevin Mirallas - Fiorentina
Emerged from the bench on 56 minutes but couldn’t break the deadlock in Fiorentina’s 0-0 draw with Bologna.
It seems unlikely Fiorentina will be splashing the cash on Mirallas in the summer.
Mo Besic - Middlesbrough
Back in the Boro starting line-up, but was replaced on 79 minutes of their 1-0 win over Hull.
Yannick Bolasie - Anderlecht
Anderlecht’s game with Standard Liege was abandoned because of smoke and flares, with Bolasie’s team 2-0 down.
Sandro Ramirez – Real Sociedad
Time running out for Sandro to score this season. Came on for the final 30 minutes of Sociedad’s 1-1 draw with Eibar.
Oumar Niasse – Cardiff City
Dropped to the Cardiff bench for their 2-0 loss at Burnley. Came on for the final 12 minutes.