Both Lewis Cook and Wilfred Ndidi have been linked with Liverpool in recent weeks, and the in-demand duo enjoyed a friendly snowball fight during Bournemouth’s draw at Leicester City on Saturday.
The Reds are understood to be keen admirers of the midfielders, who have been linked with summer moves to Anfield amid expectation that Emre Can will be leaving Merseyside.
Cook, who captained England’s Under-20 side to World Cup glory last summer, faced off against Ndidi on Saturday as Bournemouth visited Leicester.
The visitors took the lead in the first half thanks to Joshua King’s penalty and led for the majority of the game, only for Riyad Mahrez to step up in the 96th minute and score a sensational free-kick.
In a more light-hearted moment, Ndidi and Cook had their own little snowball fight on the sideline.
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