Liverpool talent Connor Bradley is unsure about his future amid recent rumours of interest from Preston North End.

Bradley started twice for Northern Ireland over the international break, featuring against San Marino and Finland.

PNE ace Ali McCann missed this international break through injury and Northern Ireland couldn’t avoid a defeat.

Bradley continues to impress and some are wondering about his future at Liverpool.

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Breaking into the Liverpool side is incredibly difficult, especially when you’re a right back stuck behind Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Bradley has subsequently been sent out on loan to League One side Bolton Wanderers this season.

For a period of time though, it sounded like Bradley could be heading to PNE instead.

The Bolton News reported in November that North End had scouted Bradley and were eyeing a cheeky January move.

That would have seen Liverpool cut Bradley’s loan short and send him to PNE for the second half of the season.

Liverpool ended up deciding to leave Bradley at Bolton, allowing him see out the season there.

Bradley has been a regular for Wanderers, notching four goals and four assists in 34 League One appearances.

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The 19-year-old is playing a key role in Bolton’s push for the play-offs under Ian Evatt this season.

PNE will surely still be interested though; Ryan Lowe is a huge Liverpool fan and North End still haven’t solved the right wing back issues.

Bradley plays as a natural right wing back for club and country, so a move to Deepdale this summer would make sense – especially with North End expected to focus on the loan market again.

Bradley has now commented on his future, telling Irish News that he isn’t entirely sure what the summer will hold for him.

The teenager is focusing on getting into the playoffs with Bolton and suggested ‘we’ll see what happens’ with regards to another loan move.

“To be fair, I’m just focusing on Bolton at the minute,” said Bradley. “Obviously there’s going to be a big end to the season, hopefully we can push into the play-offs and we have the Papa John’s final when I go back. Focus on that now and we’ll see what happens in the future,” he added.

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