Premier League loan exiles - do they have a future?
After Manchester United were left being reacquainted with Nani's £17m contract, here's how the Premier League's on-loan exiles are faring at their clubs - and whether we will see them again.
Nani - Manchester United
Faces returning to an uncertain future at Old Trafford following his year-long loan spell at Sporting Lisbon, who cannot afford his £100,000-a-week wages on a permanent basis.
Javier Hernandez - Manchester United
The United striker has spent an up-and-down season on loan at Real Madrid where occasional highs such as scoring the decisive goal in the Champions League tie against Atletico Madrid have been cancelled out by frustrating spells on the sidelines.
Likely to return to United, although he will almost certainly not be there at the start of next season.
Angelo Henriquez - Manchester United
The Chilean has spent a hugely productive season on loan at Dinamo Zagreb, where he has plundered 26 goals, but seems destined never to be handed a first-team chance at Old Trafford. Wants to remain in Croatia.
Mohamed Salah - Chelsea
The Egyptian international has been something of a surprise hit during his loan spell with Fiorentina, where he moved in January. Has no first-team future at Chelsea and will probably seek to make that move permanent this summer.
Josh McEachran - Chelsea
Once one of the most highly-rated midfilders in England, McEachran is in danger of becoming a serial loanee, having spent the season with Vitesse Arnhem. Hard to see how he gets into the Chelsea side next season.
Lukasz Podolski - Arsenal
The Germany international found himself surplus to requirements at the Emirates and has been on loan at Inter Milan since January. Has not exactly flourished, so could find himself back at Arsenal next season.
Gael Kakuta - Chelsea
The player who threatened to cost Chelsea a transfer ban has not really justified the hassle, having spent almost his whole career away from Stamford Bridge. Currently with Rayo Vallecano but likely to be sold this summer, with Monaco leading the posse of interested clubs.
Marko Marin - Chelsea
The Bosnian has spent time with three different clubs since signing in 2012: the latest, Anderlecht, have an option to buy him at the end of the season.
Joel Campbell - Arsenal
The Greece winger was tipped to force his way into Arsene Wenger's squads this season but has struggled, moving to Villarreal on loan. Contract at Arsenal runs until 2016.
Alvaro Negredo - Manchester City
The 'Beast', as he likes to be known, started his City career with a bang in 2013 but tailed off horribly after a spell out with injury. Now on loan at Valencia; City will try and sell him permanently this summer.
Iago Aspas - Liverpool
The striker has barely featured for Brendan Rodgers since signing for £7.7million in 2013, scoring just one goal. Wants to convert his loan move to Sevilla into a permanent deal this summer.
Divock Origi - Liverpool
The young striker has spent a profitable season on loan at Lille but will return to Anfield this summer, where he will be expected to deliver more than the misfiring Mario Balotelli.