Newcastle fans have been disgruntled by the news that academy prospect Mackenzie Heaney is set to be released at the end of the season.
According to Chronicle Live, the 19-year-old, who has made seven appearances for Newcastle's Under-23s this season, will be leaving St. James' Park as part of a summer revamp of the reserve set up.
Heaney was the subject of an international tug-of-war between Scotland and England, with the midfielder turning out for the Tartan Army in his schoolboy days, before switching sides and winning eight full caps at Under-18 level.
Norwich City gave the youngster a trial last week and are believed to be considering an offer for the talented winger, with manager Daniel Farke impressed with his initial play.
Heaney is managed by the same sports management company as Wayne Rooney, and has various offers from other clubs in the EFL, though is expected to choose a move to Carrow Road should a deal materialise.