As the 2013-14 season winds down and the battles for glory and survival hit fever pitch, Newcastle fans find themselves counting down the days until the transfer window in hopes of having talking points beyond poor performances and boardroom politics. The Toon Army continue to rally around their team but even the most diehard fan would acknowledge that fortress St. James' lacks the buzz and excitement of years gone by. As the team limp to the finish line fans are caught between forced positivity and grim reality - there's is a selling club, a breeding ground for talent to develop before heading on to grander pastures. Manager Alan Pardew has teased that the club are looking to do business in the summer transfer window, highlighting the lack of firepower and a replacement for the departed Yohan Cabaye as priorities. What is not being said are the names that will definitely depart the club - with at least five squad players either being out of contract or being shown the exit door - and that's not including the end of the loans for Loic Remy and Luuk de Jong. These are The 10 Deals that Will Happen at Newcastle United this Summer. Five in, five out - not the players we would pick but the type you should expect. They're not spectacular, but that's not the way the club do business.