David Sullivan has told Ravel Morrison he’s looking forward to seeing him back in training as quickly as possible.
Sullivan was relieved to see the player’s bail application succeed in private chambers this morning and made it clear there’s still a place for the player at Upton Park.
Speaking exclusively to ClaretandHugh, the co-chairman said: “”I hope Ravel gets back into training as soon as possible and concentrates on his football.
Sullivan had made it clear ahead of the incident last week that the board were keen to offer the midfielder a new deal.
And manager Sam Allardyce has since said that if the player can get the discipline side of his game correct then he is in his plans.
The 21 year old will appear before magistrates in Manchester on Thursday after being charged with two counts of common assault.
The charges relate to his ex-girlfriend Reah Mansoor, 19, and her mother, 39-year-old Parveen Mansoor. No pleas have been entered.