Bolton Wanderers have been linked with a transfer window move for Liverpool youngster Owen Beck.
Wanderers have made four acquisitions so far this summer. Eoin Toal and Jack Iredale have joined on permanent deals from Derry City and Cambridge United.
Two players have also been brought in on loan for the campaign. Defender Conor Bradley has joined from Liverpool, while goalkeeper James Trafford has been signed up again from Manchester City.
Wanderers boss Ian Evatt has suggested that the Whites could do more business before the window shuts should the right opportunities present themselves.
The transfer window closes at 11pm on Thursday, September 1. After being linked with a loan swoop for QPR's Macauley Bonne, another fresh transfer link has emerged ahead of it in the form of Beck.
So who is the Anfield prospect who has been linked with a loan move to the Whites? Beck is a left-back and was born in Flint, North Wales, in August 2002 and he has recently turned 20-year-old.
He played for hometown club Flint Town United in the youth team ranks initially. From there, he moved to the youth set-ups of Tranmere Rovers and Stoke City.
Welsh youth international Beck joined Liverpool from the Potters at under-13 level and broke into the Anfield club's under-18s set-up in the 2019/20 campaign. He signed his first professional deal with Jurgen Klopp's side in the summer of 2020 before renewing it the following year.
He has linked up with Liverpool's first team during pre-season in the past and has played for the club's under-23s too. He has two appearances for Liverpool's first team in the Carabao Cup against Preston North End and Leicester City.
He has head out on loan to Famalicao in Portugal but is yet to feature for them. He has only been an unused substitute so far and it appears his loan to the Portuguese side could be cut short and a move to Bolton potentially in the offing.
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