Reebok Stadium wants Anfield youngsters.
Bolton Wanderers are hoping to take Liverpool duo Raheem Sterling and Jon Flanagan on-loan in the January transfer window.
Manager Owen Coyle is desperate for new recruits to salvage his team’s season after two wins all season has left his side second bottom.
Winger Sterling, 16, is one of the most highly-rated teenagers in England and Coyle insists he can help the teenager’s development in the same way he has done for Jack Wilshere and Daniel Sturridge.
The England U17 international is yet to make his first-team debut and following the Reds summer recruitment drive is unlikely to feature this season.
Defender Flanagan, 18, has made nine appearances for the Reds so far but as Glen Johnson and Martin Kelly are now fit his chances of any action is greatly reduced.
Coyle is in need of a right-back with major doubts arising over Paul Robinson and the injury to Tyrone Mears.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is willing to let the youngsters go on-loan to give them first-team experience but this may change by the new year depending on injury and form of his current regulars.