Bolton Wanderers could make a move for Liverpool youngster Lloyd Jones this summer, according to respected journalist Alan Nixon.
The newly promoted Trotters want to strengthen their ranks ahead of the new Championship season, and manager Phil Parkinson could reportedly move for the 21-year-old Jones in the summer.
Jones already has some first team experience following a loan spell with Swindon Town last season, and has also spent time with Cheltenham Town, Accrington Stanley, and Blackpool.
He was capped up to under-20 level with England, but has been unable to break into the Liverpool team and progress his international career any further since, and another loan move could well be on the cards for the 21-year-old.
Bolton are looking to improve their squad following their immediate promotion back to the Championship last season, where they finished a distant second to Sheffield United but crucially secured second tier football again.
A move for someone like Jones could well be a good signing for the Trotters, who will be looking for young and hungry players with a point to prove as they look to survive immediate relegation back to League One.
Bolton fans, what do you think to this? Would this be a good signing? Let us know in the comments!