Newcastle United are reportedly looking at loaning out either Dan Langley or Jake Turner next season.
According to the Chronicle, the Magpies have been “impressed” by both goalkeepers this campaign for their performances at youth level.
The report explains that one of them could primed to exit St James’ Park next season to continue their development out on loan.
Langley is a boyhood Newcastle fan that was promoted from the Under-18s side to the Under-23s this season.
The 19-year-old signed his first professional contract with the club in 2019 and is a real presence in net.
He is a 6ft 7in colossus that is yet to earn a first-team appearance, but is a highly-rated teenage goalkeeper.
Meanwhile, Turner is the other goalkeeper Newcastle have in their Under-23s group this season and he has jumped above Langley in the pecking order in the past couple of moths.
The 21-year-old was signed from Bolton Wanderers last summer and has previously represented England at youth level on the international stage.
Newcastle have an array of talented options in goal right now with the likes of Martin Dubravka, Karl Darlow, Rob Elliot, plus they have Freddie Woodman out on loan at Swansea City.
It certainly makes sense to loan out either Langley or Turner next season to a Championship or League One team and let the other continue with the Under-23s.
Steve Bruce’s side are extremely strong when it comes to options in goal and need to try find the same kind of talent in forward positions.