Sangare is a key fixture in Newcastle's Under-23 side.
Mo Sangare has told fans on his Instagram Q&A that he is looking to leave Newcastle United on loan ahead of the January transfer window, just days after scoring a winning penalty for The Toon's reserves.
The 19-year-old midfielder helped Newcastle see off former defender Sol Campbell's Macclesfield Town by scoring the winning penalty as the Under-23's had drawn 1-1. It was Campbell's first game as a manager.
Sangare has been ever-present in Newcastle's reserve side, clocking up 11 appearances in all competitions. He now has 28 outings in total for Ben Dawson's second string, but is yet to get a chance in Rafa Benitez's first team.
He responded to a question asking whether he is looking to leave Newcastle on loan ahead of the January window, and he responded on his Instagram story by simply stating "Yeah."
A central midfielder, Sangare's path is blocked into the first team with Benitez's senior squad boasting the likes of Mohamed Diame, Ki Sung-yueng, Jonjo Shelvey and Isaac Hayden.
It remains to be seen if Sangare will indeed leave the club on loan, with teams in the Football League surely willing to chance their arm on a player that was recently called up to Liberia's national team.