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2017/18 International Loans XI

2017/18 International Loans XI

By Keegan Kruger - Sep 05, 2017 01:10 PM @KeeganKruger

While the transfer market saw some record-breaking deals, a number of high-profile players ended up going out on loan. Here is a starting line-up made up of players involved in the latest window's best loan deals.

Tired of reading? Click through the gallery above to see the International Loans XI, as compiled by Squawka.

With the 2018 FIFA World Cup approaching, many players have pushed for moves to get more game time in the hope of getting a call-up to their national teams should they qualify the competition.

James Rodriguez, Kylian Mbappe and Douglas Costa are probably the most high-profile stars who went out on loan this season, and all three of them make this impressive starting XI.

Here is Squawka’s 2017/18 International Loans XI

GK: Joe Hart (On loan at West Ham United from Manchester City)

RB: Antonio Barragan (On loan at Real Betis from Middlesbrough)

CB: Kurt Zouma (On loan at Stoke City from Chelsea)

CB: Jeison Murillo (On loan at Valencia from Inter Milan)

LB: Fabio Coentrao (On loan at Sporting Lisbon from Real Madrid)

RM: Douglas Costa (On loan at Juventus from Bayern Munich)

CM: Franck Kessie (On loan at AC Milan from Atalanta)

CM: James Rodriguez (On loan at Bayern Munich from Real Madrid)

LM: Serge Gnabry (On loan at Hoffenheim from Bayern Munich)

ST: Patrik Schick (On loan at AS Roma from Sampdoria)

ST: Kylian Mbappe (On loan at Paris Saint-Germain from Monaco)

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