For MK Dons, they had nine loan players on their books during the course of last season, with many of them massively popular during their temporary stay at Stadium MK.
We take a look at where those nine players are now.
5. Peter Kioso - Rotherham
Kioso was another of the surprise January exits as his time was called short by parent club Luton Town. A semi-regular for the Hatters on his return to the Championship club, Kioso has since joined Rotherham United following their promotion from League One, and came on against Swansea City on Saturday.
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6. Jamie Cumming - MK Dons
A successful loan spell from Chelsea in the second half of last season, goalkeeper Cumming said he had unfinished business at MK Dons as he re-signed for the club earlier this summer.
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7. Conor Coventry - West Ham United
Only missed half an hour or so of football for MK Dons after signing in January from West Ham, and was a vital part of the machine which stormed into the promotion scrap. Highly regarded at West Ham, Coventry has played a big part in the Hammers' pre-season campaign but manager David Moyes is heavily linked with expensive replacements for retiring Mark Noble in the centre of the park, casting Coventry's future there in doubt.
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8. Kaine Kesler-Hayden - Aston Villa
The lively wing-back shone on loan from Villa, after swapping Swindon Town for MK Dons last January. Like Coventry, Kesler-Hayden has played a big part in the Premier League side's pre-season campaign but his whereabouts for this season remains unknown as yet
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