RAVEL MORRISON has revealed that he is in talks with Championship and LaLiga clubs over his next move.
The former Manchester United starlet is currently a free agent after leaving Dutch side ADO Den Haag in January.
Ravel Morrison is in talks with a Championship club over a next moveCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Morrison was touted as a huge prospect at Old Trafford, having played in the same FA Youth Cup-winning side as Paul Pogba, but failed to make the grade and was shipped out to West Ham in 2012.
The 28-year-old has since had short-lived stints at a variety of clubs over his career from clubs in Italy, Sweden and Mexico.
But Morrison has now revealed that he could be set to break back into football at a club in England’s second division.
He told Rio Ferdinand’s vibe with FIVE podcast: “I had a meeting this morning with a Championship club. I think that’s looking very positive.
“I’d like to stay local because of my family, I have two little brothers and my mum. I’ve been travelling all my life.
“I’ve got a team in Spain as well in La Liga so that could come up, that could happen.”
Morrison has experience in the Championship after spending part of last season on loan at Middlesbrough before being released by Sheffield United.
The England U21 international also turned out for QPR, Birmingham and Cardiff City when he was on the books at West Ham.
The Jamaica International also declared that he used to steal boots from the dressing room to sell to help feed his family.
And Morrison admitted that he would change ’90 per cent’ of his life if he could go back to his senior debut.