Ravel Morrison

Morrison moves to Mexican club

Former Manchester United player Ravel Morrison has moved to Mexican club Atlas on a season loan deal.

The player who now plays for Italian side Lazio has failed to establish himself in the first team and as a result, has been allowed to leave in order to get playing time.

Ravel Morrison said that he is happy with the move and that he will be focusing on getting enough playing time. He said that he had struggled a lot last season as he fails to get enough chances in the Lazio team despite being fit. He will be hoping that he will get more time on the field with the Mexican side.

Ravel Morrison who played under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United was released by the club. His career has since been marred by reports of indiscipline, and he has failed to get a sustained run in a team.

He said that he wants to leave his past behind him and that he is focused on getting playing time with Atlas. He said that he wants to let his football do the talking now and that he wants to make people forget his past.

He admitted that he does not have a clean discipline record and that he wants to change this. He said that he is at a stage of his career that he wants to play football and he hopes that he will be having his chance in Mexico.

Ravel Morrison said that the Mexican league has some good players and that it would be interesting for him to play against them.

He has asked the Mexican fans not to listen to everything they read on the English media and to judge him themselves. He said that he is a different person now.