Liverpool starlet makes Championship loan switch

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Liverpool starlet Adam Morgan has departed Anfield, joining Championship outfit Yeovil Town on an emergency loan deal until January.

According to Liverpool's official website, Morgan, who became an instant internet hit earlier this season after footage of his quite extraordinary goal for the club's U21 side went viral, will move to Huish Park as part of a move that could be made permanent in the new year.

Morgan, who has spent over a decade with Liverpool as a youngster, has never made a first-team appearance for Brendan Rodgers' men and spent one month on loan at Rotherham United in League Two last season, featuring just once for Steve Evans' outfit at the New York Stadium.

The England U19 international's future at Anfield would appear to have been subject to considerable doubt for a while now, with Liverpool reportedly telling Morgan that he could leave the club on a free transfer earlier this month.

Rodgers, a former youth coach at both Reading and Chelsea, has a reputation for an admirable willingness to give young footballers a chance, but Morgan is evidently not part of his plans for the future.

Yeovil boss Gary Johnson, meanwhile, will presumably be hopeful that Morgan can significantly boost his side's survival bid.

The West Country outfit are currently rock bottom of the Championship, six points adrift of Birmingham City in 21st and their chances of avoiding an immediate return back to League One appear slim.

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