Shrewsbury are hoping to extend the loan deals of James Hurst, James Wallace and Aaron Wildig.
The Shrews expect competition to keep hold of 19-year-old West Brom defender Hurst, who has made eight appearances since his November move.
Everton midfielder Wallace, 20, has had injury problems and only made three appearances.
Cardiff midfielder Wildig, 21, has played five times for the Shrews this season.
Boss Graham Turner told BBC Radio Shropshire: "Hurst's last game is due this Saturday (against Middlesbrough in the FA Cup), so we are currently in talks with West Brom about him - but we know there is interest in him from other clubs.
"Wallace hasn't had the best time here - he's only played about 40 minutes in his two months with us due to not being able to play in the FA Cup, suspension and injuries.
"I want him to get back to Everton get his injury cleared up, and we'll take it on from there."