With the season gradually running to a close, each club now have a clear picture of what their mission for the rest of the season should be.
Some are chasing after League glory, some are in the race for a champions league qualifying spot while another set of clubs are struggling to avoid being relegated to lower division.
Which ever group Chelsea loanees find themselves, they are more than ready to play big role in ensuring that their teams achieved their aims and objectives for the rest of the season.
Having said that, we have made a comprehensive list of Chelsea players who are on loan to other clubs. This list is a scorecard of how each player has performed throughout their stay way from from Stamford Bridge. Here the lists below…
The £58m-rated youngster joined the Blues from Borussia Dortmund last month but he was immediately loaned back to the Bundesliga outfits for the rest of the campaign.
The USA prodigy has failed to reclaim his starting spot in the team as he played no part in the team’s 3-3 draw against Hoffenheim during the weekend.
He can’t wait to return back to Stamford Bridge to start a new life with his dream club.
The left-back is in fine form with Serie A side Torino and he found the back of the net against Udinese on Saturday.
That was his first goal of the season and it was the only goal of the game. Torino are reportedly trying to activate the permanent purchase clause in their deal with the Blues.
Having failed to impress Maurizio Sarri throughout the opening period of the campaign, Moses left for Fenerbahce in January and he’s been doing wonders with them.
He was on parade in Tuesday’s Europa League fixture against Zenit St Petersburg and he helped the team to a 1-0 victory.
The 28-year-old has found the back of the net on one occasion this season but his overall performances has been nothing short of brilliancy.
The young striker is not just scoring goals for Championship side Aston Villa, he his equally one of the most in-form strikers in Europe’s top five Leagues.
Abraham, 21, joined the Villa Park outfits before the start of the season and has went on to score 20 goals in the country’s second tier league.
He would hope his regular goalscoring form is enough to convince Sarri of his qualities before the start of next season.
Things aren’t going as planned for the young Brazilian winger who is on loan at Newcastle United.
The winger has played 23 matches for the Magpies in all competitions this term, scoring just one goal in the process.
He will surely return back to Stamford Bridge by the end of this season as Rafa Benitez isn’t ready to trigger the permanent buy clause in his deal with the Blues.
Only few Chelsea supporters knew the promising midfielder before he was loaned out to derby County who are tutored by Chelsea legend Frank Lampard.
Mount started the season in a blistering and electrifying form but he has failed to maintain his wonderful tempo.
The midfielder recently lost his place in Lampard’s starting lineup and he didn’t look like he will regain it before the end of the season.
Nonetheless, he must have learned a lot from the former England and Manchester City star who was a midfielder in his active days at Stamford Bridge.
Tipped as one of the best young wingers in the world, Musonda has failed to reach his potentials with Eredivisie side Vittesse, no thanks to injury that has ruled him out of action since the turn of the year.
He’s yet to feature for Vittesse due to injury but that could change any moment from now as he’s back to full fitness.
The Frenchman is a regular centre-back for struggling Everton and he has failed to help the Toffees keep a clean sheet in their last four Premier League fixtures.
He has played 27 games for Marco Silva’s men this season and he has conceded 39 goals in the process.
The 21-year-old is in the best form of his life, thanks to Lampard’s tutelage.
The England youth international was loaned to Derby County in this summer and has been a standout star at the back of the pitch all through this season. He has played 28 championship games so far and he the trade pretty well.