Football.London have revealed on this week’s loan watch segment how the likes of Tanguy Ndomble, Giovani Lo Celso and Bryan Gil are doing out on loan.

Ndombele was the star of the show in Lyon’s 2-0 win over Nice on Sunday, with the midfielder producing a fine all-round display and grabbing an assist for Karl Toko Ekambi’s second-half goal

Meanwhile, Lo Celso made his first start for Villarreal in their 0-0 draw with Real Madrid on Saturday, with Football.London revealing that the Spurs man was rated as the Yellow Submarine’s best outfield player by WhoScored.

Gil seems to have started from where he left off during his loan spell at Eibar last season, with the winger earning rave reviews for his first few performances for Los Che.

The 20-year-old was rested for Valencia’s clash against Alaves on Sunday but he was part of the triple change that the away side made at half-time, helping Jose Bordalas’ side come from a goal down to win 2-1.

Pape Matar Sarr started on the bench for Metz against Marseille after returning from his successful African Cup of Nations campaign with Senegal. The 19-year-old came off the bench for the final 24 minutes as Metz fell to a 2-1 loss.

In addition, Football.London also add that Kion Etete is continuing to impress after his step up to League One with Cheltenham Town, with the striker grabbing an assist in their 2-1 win over Sunderland.

To find out more about how the likes of Cameron Carter-Vickers, Jack Clarke, Troy Parrot and Nile John are getting on in their loan spells, you can read the full report in Football.London by clicking here.

Spurs Web Opinion

The Tottenham hierarchy would be extremely pleased to see Ndombele and Lo Celso doing well at Lyon and Villareal respectively.

Even though neither of them appear to have a future under Conte, Spurs would know that a strong second half of the season from the pair will add significantly to their transfer values in the summer.

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