Bradley, who represents Northern Ireland internationally, spent last season on loan at Bolton Wanderers and has been widely praised for his performance with the Trotters.
The 20-year-old right-back joined Liverpool’s academy in 2019 on a two-year scholarship scheme but is yet to make a senior appearance for the Merseyside giants.
Doak, on the other hand, has made two league appearances for the Reds to date, becoming the youngest Scottish player to appear in the Premier League.
The 17-year-old Scottish winger joined from Celtic in 2022 and is a familiar face in Premier League, scoring four goals and making two assists.
Both Bradley and Doak have attracted interest from clubs keen to sign them on new loan deals. However, it is claimed that Jurgen Klopp will most likely keep them at Anfield as Liverpool host Europa League games in the new season.
They have featured in Liverpool’s pre-season friendlies, although their future at Anfield still hinges on the Reds boss’s approval.
With Klopp having a penchant for testing young players by providing them with a competitive atmosphere, Bradley and Doak can expect more playing time next season if they stay at Anfield beyond the summer.