Liverpool youngster Jordan Lussey has joined Bolton Wanderers on a youth loan deal until the end of the season, the club have confirmed.
Lussey, 20, is yet to make a senior appearance for the Merseyside side club but has featured five times in their Under-21 Premier League campaign.
The central midfielder arrives at the Championship side ahead of the 26 March emergency loan deadline for Football League clubs. Bolton are currently 17th in the Championship.
Liverpool have sanctioned three deals for members of their Under-21 ranks in recent months with the hope of the youngsters gaining first team football experience.
17-year-old winger Sheyi Ojo joined Wigan Athletic on loan until the end of the season in February, and was recently joined by Jerome Sinclair. 18-year-old Sinclair, who became Liverpool's youngest player after featuring in the League Cup in 2012, joined the Latics in their bid to survive relegation from England's second tier.
19-year-old defender Lloyd Jones has also left the club in recent weeks to join League Two side Accrington Stanley.
Liverpool could allow more players to leave Merseyside ahead of Thursday's deadline. 20-year-old forward Jack Dunn was recently tipped to find another loan in the Football League by Under-21 boss Michael Beale.
"I think, yes, the window ends in the next 14 days and we've got a number of things, there's a nice little break now where we can sit down and talk about them," he told the Liverpool Echo earlier this month.
"I'm sure Alex [Ingelthorpe, Liverpool academy director] will sit down with Brendan and make the correct decisions for the boys. Jack [Dunn has] been excellent, he's gone away in Cheltenham and was absolutely flying when he unfortunately got an injury there, and he's worked his way back, and the next step for Jack is to go and play League football."