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Atsu, Valencia and Everton's 10 forgotten loan signings

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Atsu would end up starting in the biggest game of the season, however, when ineligibility forced Aaron Lennon out of the Europa League second leg tie with Dynamo Kiev in Ukraine.

The Ghanian winger came on loan from Chelsea with plenty of promise but his time at Everton was hampered by a hamstring injury and then interrupted by his involvement in the Africa Cup of Nations.

Everton ended up passing on the £11m option to buy Valencia in the summer of 2017 but his loan move was a relative success.



A reported £5m would have turned Castillo's loan move into a permanent switch at the end of the season but the midfielder failed to impress sufficiently during the 2008-09 season – despite a screamer on his debut.

An initial six month loan was extended by 12 months as Everton were keen to work with the young midfielder for longer.

A hamstring injury sustained during the warm-up of February's game at Chelsea saw him miss all but one of the remaining games of the season.

Everton fought off West Ham to sign the 6'8” Ivorian but after he scored on his debut against Swansea City in the FA Cup, Traore's loan spell went horribly wrong.
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