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BREAKING: English Club Confirms Ravel Morrison Is Training With Them

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BREAKING: English Club Confirms Ravel Morrison Is Training With Them

After spending a short loan spell at Queens Park Rangers last season from his parent club Lazio, it appears Ravel Morrison is heading back to England for another loan move.

The 24-year-old completed a move to the Serie A side from West Ham following a slew of loan stints with Birmingham City, QPR and Cardiff City.

Though he barely featured in Italy prompting a transfer back to England. In the 2017 January transfer window, Morrison was loaned out to QPR, again.

He played just the five Championship games but reports suggest a move back to England's second tier is back on the cards.

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Morrison has been training with another of his former sides today, Birmingham City. He's in the Midlands training with the team in view to a potential loan deal as confirmed by the club.

The former Manchester United academy star enjoyed one of the best spells of his career at St. Andrews.

Morrison was loaned to Birmingham in the 2012/13 season from West Ham, and played 27 league games scoring three goals.

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Morrison in action for Birmingham against Wolves. Image: PA

Harry Redknapp will be seeking to add to his side following narrowly avoiding relegation to League One last season.

He was hoping to secure the signing of John Terry but lost out on his services to fierce rivals Aston Villa who snapped him up as they confirmed the one-year contract.

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Redknapp revealed that they tabled the 36-year-old an offer yet weighs up the deal.

"We made him a good offer early but to be honest it was always a difficult one because I felt maybe I am looking to bring in five or six players," he told Sky Sports News.

Redknapp celebrates after surviving the drop. Image: PA

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"To put all my eggs in one basket was (a risk), I thought maybe I am better off spreading (my budget) and that will get me the five or six players perhaps with the money we would have paid on John."

"I am hoping I will get five or six players very good players in who can make us a better all-round team."

Will Morrison be one of those 'five or six' players? Watch this space.

Topics: Manchester United, Ravel Morrison

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