Newcastle defender moves to League Two club on loan
Newcastle United defender Kyle Cameron has moved out on loan to join York City.
The 18 year old left footed defender can play either full-back or centre-back and now moves up a level after impressing at Workington on loan.
Born in Hexham, the young Newcastle player moves up from the Northern League Premier Division to League Two, as he looks to progress his career.
Representing England at youth levels, Kyle Cameron then switched to Scotland and repesented them in the Under 17s European Championships last year.
Official York City Statement
‘YORK City have this morning completed the youth loan signing of Newcastle United defender Kyle Cameron.
The 18-year-old centre half, who can also play at left back, has recently completed a successful loan spell with Evo-Stik Northern League Premier Division side Workington AFC.
The 6ft 2in defender began his career with the Magpies at the age of nine, gradually progressing through the youth ranks before joining the Premier League outfit full time in the summer of 2013.
Cameron has continued to impress, helping United’s Under-18s to the FA Youth Cup Semi-Finals last season with his dominant displays from the heart of defence.
The Hexham-born youngster has also appeared for England at Under-16 and Under-17 level before switching allegiance to Scotland in 2014 as he represented them in the European Under-17 Championship finals in Malta.
York City welcome Kyle to Bootham Crescent and look forward to his contribution whilst with the Minstermen.’
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