With the majority of teams in the division having played 22 matches this season, we’ve taken a look at which players have appeared in less than three matches in terms of cumulative minutes.
Some of the names have been absent due to injury, but there are a number of high-profile players who have simply fallen out of favour at their clubs.
Could a January transfer be on the horizon?
— Matt Law (@Matt_Law_DT) January 2, 2018
Kelechi Iheanacho needs a loan to another PL team in Jan.Has been a victim of Leicester's change of manager.Puel has ditched Leicester's famed 4-4-2,for 4-2-3-1 with Mahrez behind Vardy
Newcastle+Stoke desperately need strikers.Both would be great loans. He has immense potential pic.twitter.com/l9VG1YoOHZ
— Premier League Panel (@PremLeaguePanel) December 30, 2017
Henri Saivet coming from nowhere to score in a win and then disappear back into the wilderness again like a beautiful exotic flower that only blooms once a decade.
— Jonny Sharples (@JonnyGabriel) December 30, 2017
#THFC could loan out Georges-Kevin Nkoudou so as they can give his place in their Champions League squad to the fit-again Erik Lamela.
— PredictTheScore (@PTS_Updates) December 23, 2017
A rare Newcastle positive.
Seven are currently playing in the PL.
Ronaldinho would have been proud.
Would he fit into such a strong side?
More footballers should follow his lead.
We really wish we went on this England trip.
Ryan Garry suffered some incredibly bad luck.
Football is more than just a game.
And we thought the West Ham list was bad…
Chelsea really enjoy the January window.