With another month of the season gone, let’s have a look at how Arsenal’s loanees are doing with their respective clubs.

Dejan Iliev making a save for SKF Sered (Photo via Instagram / Dejan.Iliev1)
Dejan Iliev making a save for SKF Sered (Photo via Instagram / Dejan.Iliev1)

Jordi Osei-Tutu

Osei-Tutu made his full return to the Bochum team in November, making his first starts since early September. He started two of Bochum’s four games and came off the bench for 23 minutes in one of the others.

Ben Sheaf

Sheaf had another busy month with Doncaster Rovers, starting all four matches and completing 90 minutes in three of them. We have a report on his overall performances from Rovers fansite Into The Empty Net if you want to check it out.

Mohamed Elneny

Like Sheaf, Elneny had a busy month. The 27-year-old started four of Besiktas’ five games, completing 90 minutes in all of them and coming off the bench in the fifth. His loan team won all the games he started.

Dejan Iliev

Iliev has managed to hold onto his spot in the league games for Sered, starting all four in November. Unfortunately, his team didn’t win a match, mostly because they didn’t score a single goal all month. You thought Arsenal’s Novembers were bad.

Iliev did manage to keep a clean sheet against Streda, but he conceded five goals in the other three games.

Daniel Ballard, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, William Saliba and Eddie Nketiah

Due to injury, the four loanees listed above didn’t feature much at all in November.

Ballard missed the entire month, though he is at least back out on the training pitch now. He’s been back with Arsenal for his rehabilitation anyway, so he’s not really a loanee anymore.

Mkhitaryan played 18 minutes for Roma a few days before the end of November after making his return. Similarly, Nketiah played just 11 minutes for Leeds against Middlesbrough.

Saliba played 90 minutes for Saint Etienne against Monaco on November 3rd, keeping a clean sheet, but spent the rest of the month out:

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