Newcastle youngster Stuart Findlay has today extended his loan deal, that will see him remain at Kilmarnock until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old joined Kilmarnock in the Summer on a six-month loan deal, and has made 17 appearances so far this term.
Newcaslte announced the news this afternoon by means of their official Twitter account:


The extensions sees that Findlay will stay with Killie working under former Newcastle gaffer Steve Clarke until June this year.
The young defender has impressed in the Scottish Premiership this season, and scored his first goal against St Johnstone in December.
The Scotland under-21 international was formerly on loan at Kilmarnock whilst he was affiliated with Celtic, back in the 2015/16 season, and has built a rapport with the fans at Rugby Park.
Football Insider verdict:
Stuart Findlay has been a mainstay in the Kilmarnock team since joining back in 2017, and is enjoying relative success during his second spell at the club. The extra six months will enable the young Scot to get some more crucial first team football under his belt, an opportunity that is not yet available at his parent club Newcastle. Findlay has played for the Magpies, featuring in the 3-1 win over Birmingham in the FA Cup. This extended loan spell is exactly what is needed for the 22-year-old.
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