Date: 30th October 2019 at 9:00pm
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Newcastle supporters have got some talented youngsters on their club’s books at the moment, and whilst things aren’t optimistic under the management of Steve Bruce and the ownership of Mike Ashley, they can at least be pleased that they have some homegrown youngsters in and around the squad.

The likes of Sean and Matty Longstaff have been the subject of much media interest, however, one man who hasn’t is a young Newcastle loanee striker. The man in question is young Elias Sorensen and at the age of 20-years-old, he’s currently out on loan in the EFL for the second time in his career.

The first of those loan spells took him to Blackpool between January and March earlier this year and now he’s at Carlisle, where between the two spells he’s played 301 minutes of football without finding the net and with just a single assist to his name (Transfermarkt).

You can read the Magpies’ verdict on what’s best for Sorensen here:

The Magpies, as you can see, have a lot of time for Sorensen and a lot of them are for him returning to the club.

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