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Kelechi Nwakali got an assist as MVV Maastricht won their first game since his return to the club while Jeff Reine-Adelaide made his Angers debut after his own January loan move.
On loan forward Stephy Mavididi will be out for eight weeks with a hamstring injury, Charlton have confirmed.
Stephy Mavididi plans to be in the Arsenal first in a year's time after gaining valuable experience on loan at Charlton Athletic.
Stephy Mavididi could be out for three weeks after pulling his hamstring against Oxford United.
Julio Pleguezuelo and Chuba Akpom made debuts for their new loan clubs over the weekend, as only two loanees played from start to finish.
On loan striker Stephy Mavididi has injured his hamstring yet again while playing for Charlton.
For a January transfer window, Arsenal have been extremely busy this month. We've rounded up all the news as it stands, in case you missed any of it.
Lucas Perez provided an assist in Deportivo's stalemate, while Jenkinson and Bramall finally played together for Birmingham. Bola's Bristol Rovers beat Doncaster, as Nwakali made his second-stint debut.
Stephy Mavididi scored again while Lucas Perez and Marc Bola both provided assists in an encouraging weekend for Arsenal's loanees.
Emi Martinez started consecutive games for the first time this season, and Tafari Moore featured for his new loan club.
Stephy Mavididi missed his penalty during Charlton Athletic's shoot-out against Oxford United in the EFL Trophy, while Takuma Asano featured in a friendly for Stuttgart.
Arsenal might recall Carl Jenkinson from Birmingham City this month, so they can loan him out to a new club.
Stephy Mavididi scored his first goal in senior football, while Emi Martinez made his first league start of the season - an encouraging weekend for Arsenal's loanees.
Stephy Mavididi marked his loan move to Charlton with a stylish first professional goal that ended a run of eight games without a win.
Charlton Atheltic manager Karl Robinson says he's excited to work with Stephy Mavididi again, after the Arsenal youngster completed a loan move to the club.
Charlton Athletic have officially signed Stephy Mavididi back on loan until the end of the season.
Charlton Athletic are reportedly set to sign Stephy Mavididi on loan again.
Marc Bola was the only Arsenal loanee to feature over the weekend, playing a full 90 minutes in a 1-1 draw with Oldham.
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Stephy Mavididi and Marc Bola featured in a pair of disappointing draws for their Preston North End and Bristol Rovers respectively on Boxing Day.
Lucas Perez and Takuma Asano were the only Arsenal loanees to feature over the weekend, and both were involved in games they'd prefer to forget.
Takuma Asano largely endured an afternoon to forget, while Lucas Perez became the second Arsenal loanee to reach 1,000 minutes of playing time this season.
Loan watch: Arsenal suffer injury blow, Bundesliga striker scores and Spaniard gets 90-minute showing
Stephy Mavididi missed out on Preston North End's match through injury, but Takuma Asano and Lucas Perez both featured at the weekend.
Lucas Perez was in action for Deportivo and got on the scoresheet. Stephy Mavididi was given a rare start and Takuma Asano also featured. The rest were on the bench or left out entirely.
Manager Karl Robinson revealed Charlton looked at signing Eddie Nketiah in the summer, while admitting they're in the market for a goalscorer in January.
It was a quiet couple of days for the Arsenal loanees this weekend, as many clubs took time off for the international break.
Arsenal's loanees aren't playing and they aren't developing.
Just three of Arsenal's nine loanees were involved over the weekend, as many continue to struggle with game-time or injuries. None of them were on the winning side either.
Lucas Perez, Takuma Asano and Kelechi Nwakali all started their matches on Saturday, whilst a few other loanees missed out.
Arsenal have a total of seven players called up for England duty at various youth levels, as the young Gunners benefit from their recent senior match experiences.
Arsenal's loanees continued to struggle in the latest round of games around Europe.
Arsenal's loanees had one of their busiest weeks of the season so far, with the highlights being Lucas Perez getting among the goals and Emi Martinez finally getting a start.
Of the nine Arsenal players currently out on loan, four featured over the weekend.
Three Arsenal loanees played a part in Saturday's matches, of the six players available for selection.
Marc Bola's loan to Bristol Rovers continues to look like a good one as he gets a run of games, but Arsenal's other loanees weren't so lucky on Saturday.
Stephy Mavididi took advantage of the break from club football to score a brace for the England u20s against the Czech Republic.
Lucas Perez scored as none of the Arsenal loanees making appearances were on the losing side this weekend.
Marc Bola was a standout performer against Blackpool, Lucas Perez featured against Espanyol and Nwakali, Mavididi and Asano made substitute appearances for their loan sides.
Marc Bola, Takuma Asano, Kelechi Nwakali and Lucas Perez all featured for their clubs last weekend.