Football League clubs have been tracking Newcastle United's more promising prospects.
Newcastle United could allow five of their youth team prospects to leave on loan before today's deadline, according to a report in the Chronicle.
Football League teams must complete any loan business before the end of today and there are a number of Magpies prospects that are reportedly on Championship, League One and League Two sides' radars.
Oliver Kemen, Callum Roberts, Adam Armstrong, Tom Heardman and Lubo Satka have all attracted interest and could reportedly leave St. James' Park in temporary moves.
The quintet have all shown promise at development squad level for Newcastle and it seems that scouts have identified their talents.
Some Newcastle supporters had actually hoped that all five could receive some first-team action before the end of the campaign, but John Carver has shown a reluctance to use youngsters so far.
Newcastle have not managed to produce too many home-grown talents in recent times, but this is one of their more exciting generations and they will be hoping that all five impress, if they do move to Football League clubs.