web analytics
2 Comments

Ravel may be sold in January

Ravel mWest Ham are ready to cash in on Ravel Morrison should they receive an acceptable offer for the England under-21 midfielder in January.

Morrison – taken to Cardiff City by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as an expressive midfielder – may have suffered via a change of manager at the Bluebirds where new boss Rusell Slade plays a more physical game.

And the player has also suffered from a knee injury which Upton Park sources insisted to ClaretandHugh a few minutes ago are now sorted out.

We were told by a well placed source inside the club: “It wasn’t a major problem and is now sorted it certainly wouldn’t be a problem to a loaning or buying club.

Start supporting Claret and Hugh today Claret & Hugh’s team of creators work with passion and pride to bring you the quality of content that keeps you coming back for more. Support for our creators, however big or small, will help us keep your Hammers content fresh, frequent and loyal to the club. £5 per month £10 per month £20 per month £50 per year

He confirmed the the Irons are ready to listen to both loan or permanent deal offers for the midfielder with  his contract running out in the summer.

He explained that with the player available on a free in the summer it makes sense to listen to offers for the player.

Click Here for Comments >
 

About Hugh5outhon1895

Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

2 comments on “Ravel may be sold in January

  1. It makes sense to sell him…..provided he is not snapped up by Strangeways F.C. In the meantime.

  2. I’m not sure what else we as a club can possibly do for the boy. Personally after all the trouble he has caused/been involved in I’ve reached the position where I coulnt really care less what happens to him anymore.
    And that, not the shocking waste of talent is the real pity.

Comments are closed.