Queens Park Rangers want to sign on loan West Ham United midfielder Ravel Morrison permanently at the end of the season.
The ex-Manchester United midfielder enjoyed a successful start to the 2013/14 season with West Ham; the playmaker’s form was so impressive that he was even tipped for a place in Roy Hodgson’s World Cup squad. Although there were early signs of promise, Sam Allardyce began to drop Morrison and the midfielder looked for frequent football with Queens Park Rangers.
Since that move, Ravel Morrison has scored 6 goals in 14 games for Harry Redknapp’s side, whilst also earning the player of the month award in March. Should QPR win promotion via the play offs, Redknapp is sure to move for the promising midfielder, that is if West Ham are willing to sell.
Ravel Morrison himself moved quickly to deny various reports in papers that he was only willing to play for West Ham again if Sam Allardyce was no longer the manager. The midfielder took to Twitter to quash the rumours;
‘Papers talk a lot of rubbish. I don’t care what manager I play under all I want to do is play football’.
Judging by the opinion of the man himself, Morrison will be seeking regular first team football next season so his future could be decided when he returns to his parent club West Ham in the summer.
Sources close to the club have revealed that they are keen on securing Morrison’s future, ‘Our preference is for him to sign a long term contract with the club’.