Manchester United are one of the biggest clubs in the world, with the Red Devils not only a historic club but one who are one of the most successful ones in football history. The Premier League giants have a number of top players on their books, but can field only 11 at one time while holding on to some to chip in from the bench.
To help aid their development, a number of players have been allowed to leave on loan to garner more experience. United have sent 13 players out on loan and here, we take a look at who they are and how they have fared this season.
1) Diogo Dalot
Diogo Dalot became surplus to requirements at Old Trafford following the signing of Aaron Wan-Bissaka last summer and after a slow start to his career at the San Siro, he was seen against his parent club in the Europa League.
The youngster has so far made 24 appearances for AC Milan this season.
2) Jesse Lingard
Jesse Lingard has found a new lease of life at West Ham United, with the attacking midfielder enjoying the confidence of manager, David Moyes. The 28-year-old has made a blistering start to life at London, scoring five goals in just seven games.
3) Tahith Chong
Tahith Chong did not have the best of times at Werder Bremen, who cut his loan spell short and now the youngster plays for Club Brugge, for whom he has been impressive - registering four assists in five appearances for them.
4) Andreas Pereira
Loaned out to Lazio in the summer, Andreas Pereira has struggled for gametime under Simone Inzaghi - starting just two games so far.
5) Jacob Carney
Jacob Carney was sent to Brighouse Town where he spent the first half of the campaign, post which he was loaned out to Portadown in January. With his contract expiring in the summer, it will be interesting to see where he eventually ends up.
6) Aliou Traore
Another youngster whose loan spells expires in the summer, Aliou Traore has been a regular for Ligue 2 side, Caen this season, making 18 appearances for them so far. He is yet to agree to another loan spell and his future is up in the air once the current campaign ends.
7) Di'Shon Bernard
Di'Shon Bernard is currently on the books of Salford City, where he has impressed - which led the club extend his loan till the end of the season. He is likely to see his spell extended and will remain there for the foreseeable future.
8) Max Taylor
Taylor has been unfortunate to have not played any football for three weeks now as the National North division was halted due to the COVID-19 crisis. He moved to Kidderminster Harriers in late October, but is yet to make a name for himself.
9) James Garner
James Garner's loan at Watford was cut short after a change in management, though he did make the move to Nottingham Forest - where he scored his first senior goal against their rivals, Derby.
10) Joel Pereira
Huddersfield's back-up goalkeeper, Joel Pereira has made only one appearance for them so far. That did not go down too well as he conceded four goals in that game and with his contract at United expiring in the summer, his future is up in the air.
11) Teden Mangi
The 18-year-old is on a loan spell at Derby County, and with Red Devils legend, Wayne Rooney in charge - he can expect to get a number of opportunities to display his wares. Mangi has been tipped to have a big future and has made a steady start to life at Derby.
12) Ethan Laird
Capable of playing down the wing and as a centre-back, Ethan Laird has been used in a right wing-back role at MK Dons this season. The role suits his attacking instincts and he is another who has been tipped to have a great future.
13) Facundo Pellestri
The 19-year-old joined United on deadline day, but soon moved to Alaves in LaLiga, where he been a regular in the first-team. However, he has a tough task ahead of him as his club are currently battling relegation.