West Ham midfielder’s future un-Ravels as he heads for exit

West Ham United troublemaker Ravel Morrison is willing to wait until the end of the season before leaving Upton Park and is looking at offers from clubs overseas when his contract runs out, according to the Guardian.

The Guardian are reporting that the 21 year-old attacker has been informed he is free to leave the Hammers following a spat with boss Sam Allardyce last season, paving the way for him to sign a pre-contract agreement with another club.

Morrison’s last game for West Ham was in August during the 3-1 defeat by Southampton and he was then sent out on loan to Cardiff, but his spell at the South Wales club was cut short in December after just seven appearances for the Championship club, when manager Russell Slade said he had “no future” at the club.

West Ham paid Manchester United £1.5m for Morrison in 2012, but after losing patience with the player – who has been involved in a spate of problems both on and off the field-  they are ready to accept defeat and let him go.

Italian side Lazio are reportedly interested in signing the England under-21 international.

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