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Newcastle’s Current Loan Status

As the emergency loan window opens tomorrow, we’ll try to keep track of our players out on loan.

At the moment we seem to have six players out on loan, either for the season or until January on six month loans.

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Adam Armstrong on loan at Coventry until January

Here’s the list of players currently out on loan.

PlayerLength of LoanClub
Sammy AmeobiSeasonCardiff
Adam Armstrong6 monthCoventry
Freddie Woodman6 monthCrawley
Haris VuckicSeasonWigan
Remy CabellaSeasonMarseille
Shane Ferguson6 monthMilwall

Adm Armstrong and Freddie Woodman are on loan for the first time,  as a means of bringing them along as quickly as possible, and both players are expected to have bright futures on Tyneside.

Sammy Ameobi, Haris Vuckic and Shane Ferguson on the other hand are playing for their Newcastle futures, with all three likely to leave Newcastle either in January or next summer.

Remy Cabella will likely sign for Marseilles either in January or next summer, if he impresses and the transfer fee is around £7M.

Newcastle have not been good in the past at using the loan system to bring along our younger players, so we hope that improves under Steve McClaren and the new regime.

What do you think?

Comments welcome.

2 comments so far

  • martoon

    Sep 8, 2015 at 9:38 AM

    Comment #1

    Although it is called Emergency Loan Window it appears to me that Championship and League 1 & 2 clubs can bend the rules and use it for additional loans. Whereas it seems very strict for PL clubs i.e. only Goalkeepers for short periods.

  • isleofmanman

    Sep 8, 2015 at 8:05 PM

    Comment #2

    Nothing has changed my mind about Charnley being a trivial bag carrier and yes man for Ashley. Gravitas? Yeah right

    Few of our loans in have ever impressed (such as they may have been). We don’t secure and appropriately contract young talent because of management buffoonery (Chelsea has 30+ players out on loan)

    Bag carrying is as bag carrying does…


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