As reported in the Liverpool Echo, Bolton are one of a number of clubs looking at Everton duo Brendan Galloway and Tyias Browning.
Roberto Martinez is keen for Tyias Browning to get around 20 games under his belt in the second tier of English football as Everton prepare him for the senior stage.
Browning, 21, who signed a new three year deal in August with Everton, made his first-team debut as a late substitute in the Merseyside derby at Anfield in September. The right-footed centre-half has been involved in several matchday squads this season and was on the bench for two Europa League games away from home.
Browning also had a brief loan spell at Wigan in 2014, playing two games. He has represented England at U21 level, making five appearances.
19 year old Brendan Galloway, who can play in defence or midfield, is also thought to be available for loan. He has made 11 appearances for the England U19's.
The Blues have forged links with Brentford and Cardiff City this season having sent Chris Long and Conor McAleny, respectively, on loan there. Bolton are also being considered as a potential destination for the pair.