Bournemouth and Swansea are both considering a January move for former Manchester United wonderkid Ravel Morrison, according to reports from the Sun.
Morrison joined Lazio last year in hopes of reviving his career after failed stints at Man United, West Ham, and Queens Park Rangers, but the 22-year-old also struggled for regular playing time at the Olympic Stadium.
This has seen the likes of the Cherries, the Swans, and Championship club Derby keen on his services, as Morrison fits the criteria of being a home-grown star with Premier League experience.
However, interested parties will have to beware of the attacking midfielder’s behaviour, a factor that has seen Red Devils legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson reveal Morrison as the saddest waste of talent in his managerial career.
Former Hammers manager Sam Allardyce was also disappointed by Morrison during his time at Upton Park, but now the Biancolesti youngster could save his reputation by helping Swansea or Bournemouth avoid relegation if he decides on a transfer.