QPR manager Harry Redknapp has hinted that he may be ready to make a move for midfielder Ravel Morrison in the January transfer window.
The 21-year-old has played in only 33 minutes of Premier League action before being sent out on loan to championship outfit Cardiff City. He will be spending the next few days at Cardiff before returning to West Ham just before the start of the January transfer window. Since he has had very limited impact at Cardiff, it looks highly unlikely that West Ham will be prepared to have him in the squad at a time when they are flying high.
Sam Allardyce has entirely transformed this West Ham team into an attractive unit which can also win matches. They have a real opportunity to finish in the top four, and Allardyce will be prepared to sell Morrison in order to buy new players. Redknapp has worked with Morrison in the past and he says that the England international remains a great talent. The former Manchester United man has had difficulties with his character, but Redknapp was one of the few managers who got the best out of him. A reunion will help QPR improve the quality within their ranks.
“I liked him.I think I might be his last chance. He has got to sort himself out. Fergie ended up getting rid of him, Sam got rid of him and they are top, top managers.He has obviously got to look at himself somewhere but I’m open to taking those chances with people. I have done it over the years and so maybe I will do it.He is an amazing talent, I have got to be truthful. He glides over the pitch and has the ability to beat people but he doesn’t put it all together,” said Redknapp.