Date: 18th April 2017 at 6:55pm
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Leeds United have eight players out on loan at the moment and Vital Leeds is once again look at how the players are doing on their travels.


Lee Erwin – Oldham Athletic (Season-long loan)
Appearances 29 (10) Total 39 Goals 10

Erwin played the 90 minutes for Oldham on Monday as they lost 1-0 at Bristol Rovers.

Jordan Botaka – Charlton Athletic (Season-long loan)
Appearances 10 (18) Total 28 Goals 2

Botaka made his tenth start of the season for Charlton as they cruised to a 3-0 win against Gillingham.

Botaka provided an assist for Charlton`s third goal.

The DR Congo international completed 75 minutes before being substituted and he has only completed 90 minutes twice in his 28 appearances for Charlton.

Giuseppe Bellusci – Empoli (Season-long loan)
Appearances 27 (0) Total 27 Goals 1

No game on Monday

Jack McKay – Airdrie (End of the season)
Appearances 6 (6) Total 12 Goals 1

No game on Monday

Luke Murphy – Burton Albion (End of the season)
Appearances 16 (2) Total 18 Goals 1

Murphy completed the 90 minutes for Burton as they made a huge stride to securing their Championship future with a 2-0 win at Birmingham City.

The midfielder will be ineligible for Burton on Saturday against Leeds.

Toumani Diagouraga – Ipswich Town (End of the season)
Appearances 9 (2) Total 11 Goals 0

Diagouraga was an unused substitute for Ipswich on Monday as they beat Newcastle United 3-1 at Portman Road.

Alex Purver – Guiseley (End of the season)
Appearances 19 (7) Total 26 Goals 2

Purver came off the bench on 69 minutes for Guiseley in their 2-1 home defeat by Tranmere Rovers.

Guiseley have now lost three games in a row and are just one point above the relegation places with two games remaining.

Michael Taylor – Guiseley (End of the season)
Appearances 0 (0) Total 0 Goals 0

Taylor was not in the Guiseley squad for the clash with Tranmere.



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