SAINTS duo Mario Lemina and Wesley Hoedt are closing in on season-long loans away from the south coast.

Lemina, who has been jostling for a move all summer, looks set to join Turkish side Galatasaray for the rest of the campaign.

Hoedt is close to completing a deal with Belgian outfit Antwerp which will see them have the option to buy him permanently next summer.

Should these two moves go through by the end of play today, they will be following striker Guido Carrillo out of the door.

The Saints flop completed a season-long return to Leganes on Sunday, where he will again be linking up with former St Mary’s boss Mauricio Pellegrino.

Whereas Lemina spent the summer exiled from Ralph Hasenhuttl’s squad, the Austrian gave Hoedt the chance to wipe his slate clean.

Hasenhuttl decided to get rid of the defender back in January, with the 25-year-old leaving to join Celta Vigo on a short loan spell.

But after struggling to make an impact in Spain, Hoedt returned to the south coast in July with a point to prove.

The Dutch international travelled with Saints to Austria for the first leg of their pre-season tour, and upon the club’s return, Hoedt found himself in the starting XI at Preston.

However, that was the last time he was seen in a Saints shirt, with him also being left out of every squad since the new campaign started last month.