Dating back to 2009, Posh have signed Ben Amos, James Chester, Ryan Tunnicliffe, Scott Wottoon (2011 and 2013) and David Petrucci on loan. Nicky Ajose was the only permanent signing.

Here are the clubs that have provided Peterborough United with the most players over the last 10 years

The January transfer window can be a time for an inspired bargain buy or an overpriced flop as clubs look for the players to get them over the line in the second half of the season.

But where have Peterborough United been shopping for players most over the last 10 years? Here are the 8 clubs who have loaned and sold the most players to Posh - according to TransferMarkt.

Ben Amos, James Chester, Ryan Tunnicliffe, Scott Wootton and Davide Petrucci all joined on loan. Nicky Ajose was the only figure to join Posh permanently.

1. Manchester United - 6 players

Ben Amos, James Chester, Ryan Tunnicliffe, Scott Wootton and Davide Petrucci all joined on loan. Nicky Ajose was the only figure to join Posh permanently.
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Youngsters Danny Mills and Romone McCrae joined in 2009, Tyrone Barnett joined on loan before making his stay a permanent one in 2012 before Gwion Edwards moved to the ABAX. Josh Yorwerth switched in 2018.

2. Crawley Town - 5 players

Youngsters Danny Mills and Romone McCrae joined in 2009, Tyrone Barnett joined on loan before making his stay a permanent one in 2012 before Gwion Edwards moved to the ABAX. Josh Yorwerth switched in 2018.
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Posh secured the services of strikers Craig Mackail-Smith and Jack Marriott from Luton, while also bringing Mark Tyler and Lee Angol to the club.

3. Luton Town - 4 players

Posh secured the services of strikers Craig Mackail-Smith and Jack Marriott from Luton, while also bringing Mark Tyler and Lee Angol to the club.
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Kenny McEvoy was the only exception signing in 2014 with Shaq Coulthirst, Nathan Oduwa and Luke McGee all arriving in 2016.

4. Tottenham Hotspur - 4 players

Kenny McEvoy was the only exception signing in 2014 with Shaq Coulthirst, Nathan Oduwa and Luke McGee all arriving in 2016.
Michael Regan
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