Just the six players are currently out on loan from Everton at the moment, but how have they been getting on so far?
Below, we’ll take a look…
Moise Kean – PSG
While Kean’s move to Paris raised many an eyebrow, it’s fair to say his move has been a significant success so far.
In November, he started up front in all three of PSG’s Ligue 1 games, scoring two goals. He also played the full 90 minutes in their 2-1 defeat at Leipzig, assisting PSG’s goal, while he was a late sub as the teams met again a few weeks later.
If things continue in this vain, PSG could well be looking to sign Kean permanently next summer. The good news for Evertonians is that they don’t currently have any kind of “option to buy” the player, meaning the ball will firmly be in Everton’s court when it comes to negotiations.
Nathan Markelo – Twente
Unfortunately a medial collateral ligament injury has kept Markelo out for the entirety of November.
Dennis Adeniran – Wycombe Wanderers
After a miserable start to life in the Championship for Wycombe in which they lost their opening five games, the Wanderers have started to find their feet and have lost just one of their last seven matches.
November has been a bit of a mixed bag for Adeniran. He started in the club’s first eight games, but after being substituted on 64 minutes of their 2-1 win over Birmingham City, he was then left on the bench for their defeat to Nottingham Forest and impressive draw with Brentford.
Fortunately, Adeniran worked his way back into the starting line-up and started in their draws with Huddersfield and Derby County – although he was substituted in the second half of both games.
Lewis Gibson – Reading
Reading got off to a flying start to the season, meaning Lewis Gibson had to wait quite a while for a chance in the team.
Sadly, that chance didn’t go well at all.
Reading hosted Stoke City at - for that game early in November, but the Royals were turned over 3-0, with his mishit back-pass sending through the Potters striker for their third of the day.
He’s been back on the bench since.
Callum Connolly – Fleetwood Town
A largely positive month for Connolly and Fleetwood.
After losing to Charlton in the league and to Hull in the FA Cup at the start of the month, the Cod Army then beat Sunderland in the EFL Trophy, beating recording emphatic wins over Bristol Rovers (4-1) and Plymouth (5-1), before drawing 1-1 with Sunderland.
Connolly played the full 90 at centre-back in all games apart from the EFL Trophy tie, captained the side against Plymouth and also scored the equaliser against Sunderland.
Theo Walcott – Southampton
It’s been a positive return to Southampton for Walcott so far.
The pacey veteran has been utilised in a variety of attacking roles, but he seems to be settling into a centre-forward role with Danny Ings out injured. He grabbed an assist against Newcastle and scored against Wolves this month, although he did miss a glorious chance to put Saints 2-0 up against Wolves, shortly before being pegged back to 1-1.