Newcastle midfielder tipped to make exit - reports

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Dean Saunders reportedly wants to continue his Doncaster revolution by adding Newcastle midfielder Dan Gosling to his ranks.

According to The Mirror, the 21-year-old could move to the Keepmoat Stadium on loan in order to gain some regular first-team football following a long-term knee injury.

Gosling has made only two league appearances for Newcastle since moving to St James' Park from Everton in the summer of 2010 and Alan Pardew is keen for the youngster to get some experience elsewhere.

The England under-21 international came off the bench for Newcastle against Sunderland in August, while he started in the Carling Cup encounters with Scunthorpe and Nottingham Forest.


Before this season's Tyne-Wear derby, Gosling's previous Newcastle outing was in the same fixture in January of this year.

Doncaster, meanwhile, have bolstered their defensive department with the signing of full-back Herita Ilunga on loan from West Ham.

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