SS Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison could be set for a return to the Premier League, with two clubs keen on his services.
According to The Sun, both Swansea City and Bournemouth are keen on signing the temperamental starlet—now 22—who is enduring a miserable time in Serie A.
The attacker has struggled to adapt to life in Italy, and the pair—both of whom are struggling near the foot of the Premier League table—are keen to bring the player to boost their chances of survival.
While the precocious Morrison would certainly represent a major gamble, he could just be the x-factor that either club are looking for in order to give them something more than their rivals and pull away from the bottom three.
The wonderkid learned his trade at Manchester United, and featured for West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers before making the move to the Italian capital.
Indeed, the tabloid note that his former club, the Hammers, are also considering bringing him back to Upton Park—with Slaven Bilic perhaps fancying his chances of taming the bad boy—while promotion-chasing Derby County are also keen on his services.
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