Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has revealed his intentions to sign Ravel Morrison after he is said to have fallen out with West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce, Talksports reports.
The 21-year-old has a reputation for getting in trouble off-the-field and was previously let go by Sir Alex Ferguson during his time at Manchester United back in 2012.
Redknapp, who worked with Morrison last season while on loan admitted that he didn’t cause any problems for him and would be interested in bringing him back to Loftus Road.
“I like Ravel. He came last year and I didn’t have any problems with him,” he said.
“There has got to be a problem with Ravel if Sir Alex Ferguson can’t deal with him and Big Sam can’t deal with him, so he needs to sort himself out, but he is a real talent and when he was with me he was as good as gold.
“He is a good kid and his ability is just amazing. We can’t buy anybody, we are looking at a few loans that can help the team, help the squad. He is one that someone has mentioned to me and he is one we could be interested in – if West Ham want to release him.”