How every Man City player on loan is performing this season

Martin Macdonald
Yangel Herrera

Manchester City have one of the most talented squads in Europe and this quality also filters down to their successful youth sides.

The current Premier League champions, like Chelsea, have earned a negative opinion for stockpiling talent, however, as they have an army of players currently out on loan at other clubs.

There aren't any senior members of the first team squad currently out on loan, but rather younger players the club are looking to develop.

Man City have earned rave reviews for the quality of the facilities and coaching at their training complex, and the players out on loan are regularly sent to clubs within the banner of City Football Group such as Girona or Troyes.

How many players do Man City have out on loan?

From the reserve side to the senior side, Man City currently have 36 players out on loan.

Where is each Man City player on loan?

Philippe Sandler - Troyes

Patrick Roberts - Troyes

Arijanet Muric - Adana Demirspor

Tommy Doyle - Hamburg

Taylor Harwood-Bells - Anderlecht

Claudio Gomes - Barnsley

Ben Knight - Crewe

Yangel Herrera - Espanyol


Marlos Moreno - Kortrijk

Yan Couto - Braga

Pablo Moreno - Girona

Gavin Bazunu - Portsmouth

Yeboah Amankwah - Accrington Stanley

Matt Smith - Hull

Lewis Fiorini - Lincoln

Morgan Rogers - Bournemouth

James Trafford - Accrington Stanley

Callum Doyle - Sunderland

Alex Robertson - Ross County

Kluiverth Aguilar - Lommel

Nahuel Ferraresi - Estoril

Ko Itakura - Schalke

Issa Kabore - Troyes

Erik Palmer-Brown - Troyes

Pedro Porro - Sporting CP

Mohammed Aminu - Lommel

Daniel Arzani - Lommel

Luka Ilic - Twente

Ante Palaversa

Diego Rosa - Lommel

Thomas Agyepong - Lommel

Nahuel Bustos - Girona

Ryotaro Meshino - Estoril

Dario Sarmiento - Girona

Filip Stevanovic - Heerenveen

Slobodan Tedic - Zwolle

Man City have a number of players out on loan to Ligue 1 side Troyes this campaign - Philippe Sandler, Patrick Roberts, Issa Kabore and Erik Palmer-Brown.

It is only Kabore who has featured so far in the 2020/21 Ligue 1 season as he has started two games and also came off the bench once.

As for Girona, they have Pablo Moreno, Nahuel Bustos and Dario Sarmiento.

Bustos has started the new season well, scoring two goals in just 155 minutes of football.

Sarmiento is expected for big things in the future as he arrived from Argentina last season with a burgeoning reputation as one of the best young players in the country.

Another player plying his trade in Spain is 23-year-old midfielder Yangel Herrera. He has been with Man City since 2017 but is yet to appear for the first team, instead going out on loan to New York City, Huesca, Granada and now Espanyol.

The Venezuelan is yet to feature in the new campaign.

Highly-rated right-back Pedro Porro has made three appearances for Sporting CP, all from the bench.

As for Man City's two wonderkid Serbians, Filip Stevanovic and Slobodan Tedic, the former has started two games for Heerenveen in the Eredivisie, recording a single assist, while the latter has started three for Zwolle, without finding the back of the net as a striker.

They actually have a player who has featured in the Champions League out on loan also, as midfielder Tommy Doyle is currently with Hamburg in the second tier in Germany.

He played in a Champions League victory against Olympiacos last season.