Close this search box.

Manchester City loan watch: Steffen, Delap & more

A total of 10 Manchester City players are currently out on loan, with several turning in impressive performances over the last week.

101 takes a look at how all 10 got on.

For all of our dedicated Manchester City transfer news, injuries, fixtures and results, take a look at 101Manchester City.

Yangel Herrera

Yet to play this week as Girona are not in action until Monday evening.

Zack Steffen

Zack Steffen remains Middlesbrough’s no.1 goalkeeper this season. But with five Championship games now played, he is yet to keep a clean sheet.

Boro drew 2-2 with Stoke on Wednesday the 17th of August and, this past weekend, lost 1-0 vs Reading.

As shown above, the goals Steffen is conceding are not massively his fault, but he is also yet to really impress in a Boro shirt.

Yan Couto

Nahuel Bustos

Came off the bench for the final 11 minutes of Sao Paulo’s loss to Santos and failed to have any real impact on the tie.

Diego Rosa

Started for Vizela as they drew 1-1 with Chaves. He was subbed off after 64 minutes but was decent before that.

Rosa had an 86 per cent pass accuracy, won four of seven ground duels, made four tackles, managed two clearances and one interception. His creativity was somewhat lacking, though, which may explain why he was subbed off.

Issa Kabore

Yet to feature for Marseille following his loan switch.

Liam Delap

Delap started up top for Stoke vs Sunderland on Saturday, but it was a clash to forget for the Manchester City man.

He did not manage to a single shot on target, attempted just one dribble which failed, won just two of his 10 duels attempted and lost possession nine times. He was taken off after 75 minutes.

James McAtee

Was left on the bench as Sheffield United smashed Blackburn 3-0.

Tommy Doyle

Was subbed on for Sheffield United vs Blackburn in the 84th minute but did little of note. He had seven touches and completed two of three passes attempted.

Taylor Harwood-Bellis

Harwood-Bellis completed 90 minutes as Burnley drew 3-3 with Blackpool. Given he is a centre-back, you would not expect him to have had a great game when his side conceded three goals.

However, Harwood-Bellis was the best of a bad bunch for the Clarets. He made three clearances, two tackles, two interceptions, won three of three ground duels, one of three aerial duels and he was not dribbled past.

He also boasted a 91 per cent passing accuracy, completing 94 of his 103 passes.


Picture of Josh Barker

Josh Barker

Middlesbrough fan from the North East of England. @JoshBarker979 on Twitter.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *