Filed: Sunday, 30th June 2013
By: Staff Writer
Ravel Morrison is due to report to Chadwell Heath tomorrow when the first team squad return to work following their brief summer break.
The 19-year-old midfielder spent the entirety of last season on loan at Championship club Birmingham City, but is due back at West Ham tomorrow morning when the squad reconvenes for the start of pre-season.
Despite Morrison's immediate future remaining uncertain - with Birmingham City hoping to take him on loan for a second successive season - the player himself appears to be happy with his imminent return to east London.
Speaking via Twitter earlier today, he said: "I need to pack - back up to London tonight [and] looking forward to my first day back. #whu"
Whether Morrison has done enough at Birmingham to convince Sam Allardyce to give him a second chance remains to be seen, but City boss Lee Clark is keen to take him back to St Andrew's should the opportunity arise.
"There's a possibility in regards to Ravel Morrison," said Clarke, speaking last week. "We're still in dialogue with West Ham; I would really like to get him but we've got to see."
Morrison will be joined at Chadwell Heath tomorrow by new arrivials Razvan Rat and goalkeeper Adrian - plus striker Andy Carroll, who recently signed a six-year contract with the club.
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