Danny Karbassiyoon is back at Arsenal after a loan spell at Ipswich. Find out how he fared, as well as all the latest information on Arsenal's loanees, in our round-up below.

DANIEL KARBASSIYOON

Daniel has returned to Arsenal after his loan spell with Ipswich ended on March 23. The young American made five league appearances for the Suffolk club and also featured in the FA Cup defeat against Bolton. He played in his first reserve game since arriving back with the Gunners against Chelsea on Monday night.

JORDAN FOWLER

Jordan's loan to Chesterfield was extended by one month at the end of Februaury. He has made six appearances so far for Chesterfield, coming on as a substitute to make his debut in the 3-2 win at Bristol City. He was booked in his first start for Chesterfield against Hull, and sent off four days later in a home defeat to Hartlepool. Jordan suffered a back injury in the game against Peterborough on February 26 and was substituted after only 20 minutes. He hasn't played since.

DAVID BENTLEY

David is likely to be out of action for the rest of the season after picking up an injury against West Ham in the FA Cup. He has a tear of his medial knee ligament. Up to that point David had made 16 appearances for Norwich and scored one goal, a long range effort against Newcastle.

GRAHAM STACK

Graham has made 27 appearances for Millwall and kept seven clean sheets so far. Graham made his UEFA Cup debut in the tie with Ferencvaros, but hasn't played for the Lions since January 22. Graham is due to return to Highbury at the end of the season.

SEBASTIAN SVARD

Sebastian is currently on loan in his native Denmark with Brondby under the management of former Danish international Michael Laudrup for the entire season. He has made 11 appearances so far this season. Brondby are currently 11 points clear at the top of Super Ligaen.

 

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