How are Crystal Palace’s 10 loaned out players faring? - including Bradford City, Charlton Athletic and Shrewsbury Town aces

How are Crystal Palace’s loaned out players getting on?

Crystal Palace currently have 10 players out on loan at the moment.

The Eagles let a number of individuals head out the exit door in the last transfer window.

They will be hoping their departed players are getting plenty of game time.

Here is a look at how they are all doing...

Scott Banks, Bradford City

The 21-year-old has adapted well to life with Bradford City in League Two and has chipped in with two goals so far, including one over the weekend against AFC Wimbledon.

Malachi Boateng, Queen’s Park

He has made five appearances for Glasgow-based Queen’s Park so far this season in the Scottish Championship.

David Boateng, Queen’s Park

The defender has played twice as he looks to boost his development above the border.

Luke Plange, RWD Molenbeek

The summer recruit from Derby County was given the green light to head to the Belgian second tier and has scored once in his opening three outings since his switch.

Jake O’Brien, RWD Molenbeek

Like Plange, centre-back Jake O’Brien has also chipped in with a single goal for his new temporary club.

Bristol Rovers will need to look elsewhere for a centre-back after Jake O’Brien moved on from Palace. (Photo by MARTIN KEEP/AFP via Getty Images)

Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, Charlton Athletic

The youngster has impressed since linking up with Charlton Athletic last month and has scored two and assisted two in his first six games for the Addicks.

Rob Street, Shrewsbury Town

He has played five matches for Shrewsbury Town having spent recent times out on loan from Selhurst Park at Torquay United and Newport County to gain experience.

Remi Matthews, St Johnstone

The former Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper is no stranger to playing in Scotland having spent time on loan at Hamilton Academical in the past. He now plays at St Johnstone and is their number one in the Scottish Premiership this term.

Daniel Quick, Dorking

The 19-year-old joined the National League new boys at the end of August and has played twice for them since then.

Reece Hannan, Bromley

He has caught the eye since linking up with Bromley in the fifth tier and has found the net twice already from left-back.