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

Peterborough United had a busy summer transfer window, with a number of players joining the club, as well as a host of footballers leaving either on permanent deals or season-long loan spells to pursue fresh challenges.

Wednesday, 25th September 2019, 12:26 pm
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Here's a look at how every player to leave London Road is getting on so far this season. Click and scroll your way through the gallery to see how the players are faring at their new clubs.

Snapped up off the back of a stellar 2018/19 campaign with the Posh, Godden is now plying his trade for the Sky Blues. He's scored three goals in eight, and has been one of his side's best players.
The Seagulls are building a reputation for establishing young talent, and snapped up Freestone to add to their emerging roster of starlets. He's been turning out regularly for their U23 side.

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The centre-back ended three years with Peterborough upon his contract expiry at the end of last season. He's played six times for the Tigers this season, and scored in a cup match against Tranmere Rovers.
After spending six separate loan spells away from London Road, Penfold was eventually released in the summer. He's bagged a couple of goals so far for his new side.
Released after making just two appearances for the Posh, the midfielder made a return to Scotland. He's made three appearances for the second tier side, and is still trying to force his way into the first team.
It's been a very encouraging loan spell for the teenager so far, despite the Poppies struggling in the National League North with just eight points from eleven matches.
It's been a solid start to the season for Motherwell, who are currently sitting fourth in the Scottish Premiership. O'Hara is yet to feature much, though, and has been limited to cameo appearances.
Another serial loanee, Stevens finally left the Posh over the summer. He's been impressing for the all-vegan club, and bagged a brace in an EFL Trophy match earlier in the month.
The former Crewe Alexander ace has dropped down a tier to join League Two outfit Plymouth, who've had a fairly underwhelming start to the season. Cooper is yet to feature in a winning Pilgrams side thus far.
The former Tottenham Hotspur made just one appearance for Peterborough, before leaving to join the Greek Super League side. His new club have made a fine start to the season, winning three of their opening four games.
The ex-England youth international has been used mainly as a substitute for the Bantams, but played his first full ninety minutes for the club last weekend in a competent 3-1 win over Carlisle United.
Another Peterborough player heading back up to Scotland, the ex-Ross County man's new team are having a torrid time of it, and are one point off the bottom of the table. He's played just twice this season.