Slovenian forward Vuckic who signed for Newcastle from Domzale has played in a number of positions during his career, including out wide, up front or behind a striker, and has enjoyed loan spells with Cardiff City and Rotherham United.

Vuckic arrived in Newcastle in January 2009 aged just sixteen and made his debut for the club at the end of August that year against Huddersfield Town in the Carling Cup. 

Capped eighteen times for Northern Ireland, Ferguson came up through the youth ranks at St James’ Park before establishing himself in the first team squad. 

Ferguson is a left sided player who can play either at full back or from left midfield. He has played 32 times for the Magpies, scoring three times and has also been out on loan previously at Birmingham City.

Bigirimana is an athletic central midfielder who signed for the Magpies from Coventry in the summer of 2012 for a fee believed to be in the region of £1m.

The 21-year old Burundi-born attacker has made 23 appearances for Newcastle and won the Championship Apprentice of the Year award for 2011/12 whilst at Coventry.

Streete is a strong and aggressive central defender who has an eye for a pass and is the son of former Wolves player Floyd Streete. He made his Football League debut with Port Vale earlier this season. 

The youngster, 20, has yet to play for the Newcastle first team, however he has been named as a substitute for a game against Arsenal and has won multiple awards for his performances with the Magpies youth sides.

Mbabu, 19, is a Swiss youth international who predominantly plays at centre-back but has also played on the right hand side of the defence.

The highly rated defender signed for the Magpies from Servette and he has yet to play in the Premier League for Newcastle, but he is experienced at every youth level for his country.


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