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Southampton loan watch: Seager, Clasie both start, Sims joins Reading

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Southampton loan watch: Seager, Clasie both start, Sims joins Reading

The Saints have now sent seven players out on loan.

Southampton are yet to hit their top gear in the Premier League this season, losing 2-1 to Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.

Mark Hughes side have a number of players away from the club on loan and we have rounded up how they all performed in the latest round of fixtures.


Sofiane Boufal – Celta Vigo

Made his LaLiga debut for Celta Vigo after coming off the bench for the final 13 minutes of the 1-1 draw with Espanyol.

Guido Carrillo – Leganes

Guido Carrillo also made his LaLiga debut in the opening round of fixtures, leading the line for Leganes away to Athletic Bilbao that saw the Spanish side suffer a heartbreaking 2-1 loss after conceding to Iker Muniain in the dying moments.

Kinsgley Latham – Dorchester Town

The 19-year-old goalkeeper retained his spot between the sticks for Dorchester Town, playing the full match in a 3-0 defeat to Salisbury in the seventh tier of English football.

Jordy Clasie – Feyenoord


27-year-old Jordy Clasie made his return to Eredivisie action for Feyenoord in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Excelsior, a game that went viral as fans threw cuddly toys to a children’s hospital in the stands. Subbed off after 70 minutes.


Alfie Jones – St. Mirren

Southampton’s U23 captain last season came off the bench for St. Mirren to make his debut in the Scottish League Cup clash with Aberdeen, playing 38 minutes in a 4-0 defeat.

Ryan Seager – SC Telstar

The 22-year-old striker played the full ninety minutes of Telstar’s 1-0 defeat to RKC Waalwijk on the opening weekend of the Eerste Divisie – the second tier of Dutch football.

Josh Sims – Reading

21-year-old Josh Sims will be hoping to feature properly on this loan watch next week after completing a switch to join Reading on Monday. He joins a side set for a struggling campaign in the Championship, as the Royals have lost all three of their opening matches.

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