Five Premier League youngsters that should leave on loan (1)

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Transfer deadline day might have been and gone, but there are still plenty of Premier League players still scraping the barrel for a last-minute move.

Whether it's a club veteran who has fallen down the first-team pecking order, a terrible transfer flop seeking pastures new, or an exciting youth product whose route to the senior side has been blocked by new arrivals, the loan market presents another opportunity for frustrated stars to secure regular football.

Danny Welbeck is a prime example of a promising young player at a major English club, who benefitted from the chance to hone his skills in the lower leagues, aiding his development which has now resulted in the striker cementing his place as a regular for club and for country.

Premier League sides are unable to continue lending players to each other outside the normal transfer window. 

But, with plenty of Football League managers ready to snap up any available talent from England's top-flight, here are five young players that would benefit from a Championship loan move in 2013/14.

Click through the tabs - above or below - to see the emerging stars in question, and leave a comment with any other youngsters that can be added to this list!

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