When Newcastle signed Yven Moyo two years ago on a four-year deal, we reported this was a great signing for Newcastle, and showed the club were after the top youngsters in Europe.
Yven Moyo – signed two years ago from Sochaux
But over the last two years the 20 year-old has not come through as we had expected, and Alan Pardew has now said he is available to go out on loan.
The Orleans, France born player was one of the top 18 year-olds in France when he joined the club in September of 2010, and maybe a time out on loan to a low league club will do him the world of good.
It seems there are a number of League One and League Two clubs lining up to take the player out on loan, according to Sky Sports.
Yven will have to come through at the club in the next year or two, otherwise when his contract runs out a year come June, it will not be renewed on Tyneside.
Moyo arrived from Sochaux, and he played four times for the french U18 side, and has played twice for the full Congo national side, making his international debut on 11 November 2011 in a 5–0 victory over São Tomé and Príncipe, in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier.