Brendan Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers has allowed two academy players to permanently leave the club. [Reuters]

Brendan Rodgers has continued to ring the changes in the Liverpool academy after agreeing the permanent departure of Adam Morgan and Craig Roddan while Swedish winger Kristoffer Peterson will leave the club on loan.

Morgan has joined struggling Championship side Yeovil Town on an emergency loan deal until January before completing a permanent move to the club having already agreed a two-year contract.

The 19-year-old had been pinpointed by many as one academy player who could make an impact in the first team under Rodgers after he was handed his debut in the Europa League last season.

He went on to make two more appearances in European competition but was then sent out on loan to Rotherham in January 2013 where he struggled to make an impact.

This season Rodgers informed the young striker that he was surplus to requirements and Yeovil manager Gary Johnson revealed his delight at signing a player who was described by Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler as one of the "best finishers he had seen".

"Adam has been generating a lot of interest recently, he had a lot of options but he has chosen to come to us," 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."

Midfielder Roddan has come to a similar arrangement with Carlisle United with his loan deal expected to become permanent in January.

The 20-year-old has been with Liverpool since 2007 when he was signed from Wigan Athletic but he struggled to make an impact, while tricky winger Peterson is the one player set to return to Anfield when his loan spell with Tranmere Rovers comes to an end.

"Kristoffer is a player I've had my eye on for a while," confirmed Tranmere boss Ronnie Moore. "He's a fast, tricky winger who creates chances for others and has a good scoring record too.

"I'd like to thank Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers for allowing Kristoffer to join us."

Rodgers has started to the ring the changes in the Liverpool academy in recent months with academy director Frank McParland and technical director Rodolfo Borrell both being sensationally sacked.

The move was hugely surprising given the amount of academy players graduating to the first team but it seems Rodgers is keen to work with his own men having recently handed former Liverpool players Steve McManaman, Robbie Fowler and Rob Jones the chance to coach the new generation of talent.