Ravel Morrison Has Been Released From ADO Den Haag After Just Four Months
Ravel Morrison has left ADO Den Haag just four months after joining the club, after both parties agreed to a mutual termination of his deal.
Back in September the former Manchester United youngster was signed by the Dutch side on a 12 month contract, after being released by Sheffield United.
He has played just four games in the Eredivisie and the club announced on Saturday that the player's contract has been terminated.
"The roads of ADO Den Haag and Ravel Morrison will separate immediately," a statement on the club's website began.
"ADO Den Haag and Morrison have decided to terminate the 27-year-old midfielder's contract by mutual agreement.
"Morrison signed for one season at the Cars Jeans Stadium last summer. The Jamaica international has a history with Manchester United, West Ham United and Lazio, among others.
"ADO Den Haag thanks Morrison for his efforts and wishes him the best of luck in his further career."
It's believed that the player was the one who came to the club with the request to end his deal, with the Dutch side 'reluctantly' accepting.
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Morrison has famously had his issues and, despite his incredible raw talent as a youngster at Old Trafford, he has never fully reached his potential.
He had spells in Italy with Lazio, Mexico with Atlas and Sweden with Ostersunds but returned to the Premier League with Sheffield United for the 2019/20 season after impressing Chris Wilder on trial.
He played just four times for the Blades before spending time on loan at Middlesbrough, but only played three times for the Championship club.
Last year Wayne Rooney wrote that the 28-year-old Englishman had the potential to be better than Paul Pogba when both were youngsters at Old Trafford.
The former West Ham midfielder said they were amazing comments but left him feeling upset. "Obviously they're amazing comments, especially from the player he is; he's probably one of the best ever to come out of England, if not THE best," the Jamaica player told talkSPORT.
"But it makes you a bit upset as well, because I could have gone a bit further, I should have gone a bit further and I'm still hoping to go further.
"I knew I had ability, but I didn't realise and understand these players' thoughts at the time.
"If I could sit down and go back through my life they'd be a lot of things I would change."
It'll be interesting to see where Morrison ends up next.
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