Conor Bradley is yet to get a taste of first team club football but at youth level with Liverpool he has impressed and has earned himself eight caps for Northern Ireland too.
In Premier League 2, the 18-year-old right-back scored twice and contributed eight assists showing his promise.
With a year left on his contract at Liverpool, it may come as no surprise that, according to journalist Alan Nixon, Bolton Wanderers have registered an interest in the young player as they target promotion up to the Championship next season.
According to the report, Jurgen Klopp is aware of the position that his young player is in at the moment and feels as though senior football is the right next step for him.
Furthermore, he claims that the young player will have a say in where he goes although it looks like a positive outcome for Bolton as it stands.
Bolton are said to be first in line for the deal, which would make sense considering he would fit well into Ian Evatt’s team, as well as being close enough to Anfield to allow staff to watch him and monitor his progress on loan.
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This seems to be a sensible option for all parties involved. It seems clear that Bradley needs first team football as his next step of progression and if Evatt is keen to give him that regularly then it already lines up as promising in that respect.
The player will have a say in the move himself to make sure he is happy with where he is going. Given Bolton are a team that will have plenty of ambition next season, it will be a good environment for the youngster to be in.
The deal will have to be finalised, but it seems as though both clubs are keen to make it happen.