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Newcastle continue exit strategy

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Pardew is looking to ofload some of his first-team peripherals. (©GettyImages)
Pardew is looking to ofload some of his first-team peripherals. (©GettyImages).

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew will allow Shane Ferguson, Mehdi Abeid and Maris Vuckic leave the club on loan this month, according to talkSPORT.

The club have until November 24th to offload the players, who have featured rarely this season.

Vuckic has played twice this season, while both Abeid and Ferguson have played just once each for Newcastle.

Ferguson signed a five-year contract with Newcastle at the end of last season, while Abeid joined the club in the summer from Lens.

Vuckic has previously attracted attention from Manchester United, but is likely to get Championship experience before the transfer window opens at the turn of the year.

After being knocked out of the League Cup, the trio's only route to find first-team action at Newcastle is in the FA Cup, with the third round stage beginning in January.

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