Here's how EVERY player Newcastle United sold or loaned over the summer is faring so far this season

Newcastle United did their fair share of wheeling and dealing over the summer, as the club spent around £60m on new talent, while also clearing out a number on permanent and loan deals.

Thursday, 26th September 2019, 12:48 pm
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Here's a look at how every player to leave St James' Park is getting on so far this season. Click and scroll through the gallery to see how they’re faring...

The ex-England U21 star is finally getting some game time, and he's had an excellent season with the Swans so far, who are joint top of the Championship. He's earned himself four clean sheets, too. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)
Now plying his trade in the Qatari top tier, the ex-Senegal international's new club have won two and lost two so far this season, and Diame has been a regular member of the starting XI. (Photo by Alex Broadway/Getty Images)

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After a fairly underwhelming couple of seasons with the Magpies, the 29-year-old was shipped off to La Liga side Alaves for a relatively low fee. He's got the season off to a flyer, with two goals and two MOTM awards to boot. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
The Foxes have started the 2019/20 campaign brightly, and will be pushing for a European qualification spot at the tail end of the season. Perez, however, has been less than impressive, failing to register a goal or assist in seven outings. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)
The tenacious winger has been sidelined with a rib injury for most of his spell with the Chairboys, but should be back in action this weekend. His side are right in the mix for promotion at the moment. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
After an injury-plagued loan spell with Sheffield Wednesday last season, the Morocco international was shipped out to the Italian second tier. He's featured twice for his new side so far, but his side are without a win in five matches.
The Magpies youth academy product has been used extensively by the recently relegated side this season. He's been in good form, particularly in an early-season clash against AFC Wimbledon. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)
Things aren't going too well for Murphy at Hillsborough, with his underwhelming performances no going unnoticed by the Owls faithful. He'll be looking to pick up his form under new manager Garry Monk. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)