Cardiff City may loan out youngsters Cameron Coxe and Ciaron Brown.

The Championship want the defensive duo to get some first team experience, as per a report by Wales Online.

Neil Harris is planning a January clear-out of his newly inherited squad and a number of players are likely to leave the Cardiff City Stadium.

Coxe, who is 21 years-old, has made two appearances for the Bluebirds in the Carabao Cup this season but is finding it hard to gain senior opportunities.

He joined the Welsh side at the age of seven and rose up through their youth ranks. He was handed his first and only first-team appearance to date in a League Cup tie against Burton Albion in August 2017.

The Wales Under-21 international could be on the radar of League One or League Two clubs going into the upcoming January transfer window.

Another young defender Brown could follow Coxe out of the exit door. The 21-year-old has more experience under his belt than his colleague.

Brown, who is a Northern Ireland international with a single cap to his name, spent the second-half of last season on loan in the Scottish Premiership with Livingston.

The London-born defender started his career at non-league side Bedfont Sports before being snapped up by Wealdstone in 2016. He impressed in his two seasons in the National League South, playing 61 caps altogether, and earned a move to Cardiff in January 2018 after a successful trial.