This season there are plenty of Premier League quality players available on loan.
For teams who are strapped for cash, this seems the ideal way to keep them in England's top division.
Lewis Holtby, Demba Ba and Victor Moses are just some of lots of names reportedly available on loan this season.
Holtby is a big supporter of Everton and is quoted saying: "My father was born in England and has been an Everton fan since the age of five. He immediately infected me with the Everton virus! Since then I have been a Everton fan and have always followed their games."
He would be perfect for Everton and can create chances with his footballing brain and bring a new dimension into Everton's attack. With a cash-strapped team like Everton this deal seems to suite both parties ideally.
Demba Ba would be perfect for both of his former clubs - Newcastle and West Ham.
Both clubs looking for goals with Andy Carroll injured and Papiss Cisse not firing, a loan deal wouldn't be too expensive and could prove very effective. Also with the new signing of Samuel Eto'o, Demba Ba's first team opportunities will be very limited at Chelsea so he should want a move away.
Victor Moses is another quality player being isolated by Chelsea. The pacey Nigerian is nowhere near the first team, yet he showed his class last season with 10 goals in 43 appearances - not bad considering most of his roles were off the bench.
Some teams have already taken advantage of the loan market. Hull City have signed Jake Livermore, Crystal Palace have signed Jason Puncheon and Everton have signed Gerard Deulofeu. The list goes on and on.
With players becoming ever more expensive, the loan market seems perfect for some Premier League clubs. As well as the players featured in this article, there are still plenty of players available on loan, with even Juan Mata being suggested.
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