Tyler Morton has completed a move to Hull City on loan where he will remain for the rest of the 2023/24 campaign.
There had been some rumour-mongering over whether the holding midfielder would remain at Liverpool as backup amid the search for a fourth midfielder, though the club’s official website has confirmed that the Academy graduate has been released on a season-long loan.
Elsewhere, the Merseysiders completed their midfield rebuild with the acquisition of £34.3m Bayern Munich man Ryan Gravenberch.
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With the midfield department appropriately plump heading into the remainder of the season – not forgetting competition the 20-year-old will now face in the form of Wataru Endo, the No.38 and promising youngster Stefan Bajcetic – it’s a decision that is likely well-advised for his continued development.
Morton’s a name we’ll certainly be in no rush to push out the door given his already strong start to life in the red shirt, with a series of impressive cameos made in the 2021/22 campaign.
That was followed up with a strong loan spell in the Championship with Blackburn Rovers, an education we hope will be further enhanced by his latest move to Hull.
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