Two youth products Jordan Lussey and Jon Ceberio have completed their permanent moves to Sky Bet Championship side Bolton Wanderers.
Manager Neil Lennon has signed the 20-year-old on a one-year contract after he spent the last two months of last season on loan at the Macron Stadium working with the development squad.
He came through the youth system at Anfield even captaining their under-21 side during his time on Merseyside before been released this summer.
Ceberio club history
Ceberio is a product of the Real Sociedad youth academy and has also played for Spanish youth side Antiguoko KE which Xabi Alonso and Mikel Arteta have played for in the past.
The Spaniard has featured for the club on trial in their recent friendlies with Atherton Collieries and Gusiborough FC and has now agreed terms on a permanent basis.
Both players are expected to initially link up with the Under-21 and development squad.
Wanders had planned a final warm-up match with Italian side Chievo Verona ahead of the big kick-off against Derby County on August 8.
However logistical problems has meant that the Italians have had to pull out of the friendly, however they will now face fellow Championship side Charlton Athletic on July 31st.
Bolton will be hoping that the 2015/16 season won’t be a repeat of last year as they flirted with relegation into the third division of English football as they ended the campaign in 18th position ten points off the relegation zone.
Not the first transfer between the two clubs this window
Lussey is the second player that has moved between Bolton and Liverpool this summer with goalkeeper Adam Bogdan going the opposite way.
The Hungarian who moved to Bolton from Vasas back in 2009 was dogged by injury last season only making nine league appearances keeping the one clean sheet and will provide back up for Belgian Simon Mignolet.