Newcastle eye foreign youngsters
Newcastle United have handed trials to youngsters Christophe Lowinsky and Valentin Gjokaj.
Lowinsky is a French youth international defender currently with Marseille.
The 20-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and will look to impress over the coming days.
He is joined by Swiss 18-year-old defender Gjokaj, who comes in from Luzern.
Meanwhile, another trialist - Australian Curtis Good from Melbourne Heart, is understood to have left the club without claiming a deal.
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