18 year old forward Adam Morgan could be in line for his Liverpool FC full debut this evening in the Europa League qualifier against Hearts at Anfield.
The academy graduate has been included in the Reds’ squad ahead of Andy Carroll, with manager Brendan Rodgers clearly signalling that Carroll’s future is away from Merseyside.
Morgan made his competitive debut as a substitute in the first leg in Scotland last week after impressing during pre-season.
In a recent clip previewing the upcoming documentary on LFC, Rodgers is seen praising Morgan’s work ethic and suggesting a bright future for the local lad.
“Make sure when you’re here you show the attitude of this kid here who works his socks off, who listens, who learns, and will get his rewards,” Rodgers said of Morgan.
We believe Morgan will replace Fabio Borini, who has started every game so far this season, in the Reds attack tonight.