Neither player has featured for Jurgen Klopp‘s senior side as yet this season, though both made the breakthrough in 2016/17.
Ejaria in particular looked to have impressed the boss; he made the bench 10 times in the Premier League last term, making two cameo appearances.
He also played in six domestic cup matches, featuring most frequently in a central midfield role.
Both 20-year-old talents have options to head out on loan during January, the Echoreport, but the club want them to first commit their long-term futures to Anfield.
James Pearce reports that they “have been stalling over the contract extensions offered to them as they consider their options.”
While Championship football on a regular basis may well aid their development, the Reds are clearly intent on rewarding their progress until now, as well as ensuring they do not lose the youngsters.
Both players have been featuring for the U-23s this season under Neil Critchley.
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