Adam Morgan joins Yeovil

Liverpool striker Adam Morgan has joined Yeovil - initially on loan, with the move to be made permanent in January.

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Adam Morgan: Leaving Anfield for Yeovil

Adam Morgan: Leaving Anfield for Yeovil

Liverpool striker Adam Morgan has joined Yeovil - initially on loan, with the move to be made permanent in January.

The 19-year-old England Under-20 international, who has made three appearances for the Reds, will sign permanently when the next transfer window opens on January 1.

"Adam has been generating a lot of interest recently, he had a lot of options but he has chosen to come to us," manager Gary Johnson told the club's official website.

"We are taking him on a deal until January and then he will join us on a permanent contract after that.

"Adam is a great prospect, I personally feel he is ready to play Championship football now.

"I remember Robbie Fowler saying that Adam is one of the best finishers he has seen in a long time. That is big praise."

Morgan's addition comes at the end of a busy day for the Glovers with Nottingham Forest striker Ishmael Miller and Everton midfielder John Lundstram also joining on loan.


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