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Stewart joins Charlton on loan

Charlton Athletic have completed the loan signing of Hull City winger Cameron Stewart until January 2.

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Cameron Stewart: Hull City winger has joined Charlton on loan

Cameron Stewart: Hull City winger has joined Charlton on loan

The 22-year old joined the Tigers from Manchester United in 2011, but injuries have limited his first-team chances and he had spells at Burnley and Blackburn Rovers respectively last season.

Stewart's only appearance for Steve Bruce's side this term came in the Capital One Cup victory over Leyton Orient, but he is considered to be surplus to requirements at the KC Stadium.

He becomes Chris Powell's fifth signing of the summer, joining Mark Gower, Richard Wood, Simon Church and Marvin Sordell through the door at The Valley.

Transfer deadline day also saw the Addicks, who currently occupy 17th place in the Championship, allow winger Danny Green to join MK Dons on a one-month loan deal.

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