Ravel Morrison has left ADO Den Haag after just 4 months, Ravel Morrison, former Manchester United wonderkid ha left ADO Den Haag after just 4 months.

Ravel Morrison

The football player was an extraordinary and amazing young talent. The Englishman turned heads while he was making his way through Man United’s youth system.

Ravel Morrison’s ability was a scandal and has unbelievable talent but the player was not capable to fulfil his potential.

Ravel only made just three first-team appearances for United before leaving for West Ham in 2012.

However, Ravel Morrison signed for Eredivisie side ADO Den Hagg sometime last year after failed spells at many clubs. Including Italy with Lazio and Sweden with Ostersund.

But he is no longer with the clubs after four months with the Dutch side. ADO Den Haag and Morrison have made an agreement to end the 27-year-old midfielder’s contract by mutual agreement.

It is best unknown why Morrison wanted to leave the club, but the player was not booming during his spell.

Ravel Morrison only appeared in just four games in just four months and was on the field for 134 minutes where he failed to score a goal during his time on the pitch.

Meanwhile, he’s 27 now and is on the lookout for his 13th club. It is a big disappointment that he has been unable to fulfill his potential but it really not too late for him yet.

Ravel Morrison is a Very Talented Player

He is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Dutch Dutch club.

Ravel Morrison started his football career with Machester United before he decided to join West Ham United.

He made his senior international debut for Jamaica in November 2020. The football player is a very brilliant footballer and also has a brilliant ability.

ADO Den Haag thanks Morrison for his endeavor and wishes him the best of luck in his further career in football.

However, he scored his first goals for the under 2-1 team in a 5-0 UEFA Euro 2015 qualifying win over Lithuania.

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