Alan Pardew
Pardew wants his younger players to gain further experience in the Football League Getty Images

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew is planning to loan out Haris Vuckic, Gael Bigirimana and Shane Ferguson before the loan window closes on 27 November.

The trio haven't made a first team appearance between them this season and are being urged to leave St James' Park on a temporary deal in the next fortnight.

Sammy Ameobi and Mehdi Abeid have both returned to Newcastle from loan spells last season and Pardew says the club's young players must use the duo as inspiration.

"He [Abeid] is definitely a gauge for other young players – not just at this football club, but other Premier League clubs," Pardew said.

"He's shown that going out on loan can help massively. He came back from that loan spell a much better player. We need to thank the club for what they did for him. But it worked both ways because he did very well.

"It's a system I've always believed in. We've got players out on loan at the moment and we'll continue to do that, because I think it works."

Ameobi made 10 appearances for Championship side Middlesbrough last season while Abeid – the Algeria Under-23 international – has enjoyed spells at St. Johnstone and Panathinaikos during the past two campaigns.

After being told he was running out of chances at Newcastle, Ameobi scored against Tottenham Hotspur in last month's win at White Hart Lane while Abeid has started the club's last three matches, all of which have been wins.

Of the players Newcastle are looking to move out on loan, Bigirimana is currently training with League One side Yeovil Town. Both Vuckic and Ferguson are set to leave the club, with the latter's injury delaying his move from the north east.

Under the terms of the loan window Premier League clubs are eligible to offload players to Football League clubs in deals which can last from 28-93 days. Three month contracts can be agreed before a longer-term deals are then finalised in January.