It appears patience is finally running out for Lazio with regards to Ravel Morrison in an all too familiar pattern.
Italian media claim the Italian club are open to letting go of Ravel Morrison in the January transfer but want to recoup at least £750,000 in wages and agent fees they paid to land the former Hammer.
The 22-year-old is allegedly in hot water after leaving Rome without permission from Lazio despite being selected in the Europa League squad to face Dnipro last Thursday.
The player’s representative is believed to have expressed their wishes for his client to leave in the January transfer window, and although Lazio are open to such a request they are unwilling to let him go for free. Therefore the termination of Morrison’s contract is not considered an option at this stage.
Morrison arrived at Lazio in the summer after being released by West Ham but he has struggled with injuries and playing time under coach Stefano Pioli, making just five substitute appearances and one start in all competitions.