Former Manchester United prodigy Ravel Morrison joins ex-Tottenham boss Martin Jol at Dutch side ADO Den Haag following his release from Sheffield United
- Ex-Man Utd starlet Ravel Morrison was released by Sheffield United this summer
- The 27-year-old midfielder has signed for lowly Eredivisie outfit ADO Den Haag
- Former Spurs, Ajax and Fulham boss Martin Jol is technical director at the club
- Morrison was at Middlesbrough last term and has played for West Ham and Lazio
Ravel Morrison has signed for Dutch side ADO Den Haag until the end of the Eredivisie season.
Former Manchester United midfielder Morrison, 27, has joined his 11th club following his release from Sheffield United in the summer.
Den Haag technical director Martin Jol, who has had spells in charge of Tottenham and Fulham, told the club’s official website: ‘Ravel has actually not quite fulfilled his great promise.
Midfielder Ravel Morrison has signed for ADO Den Haag in the latest switch of his nomadic life
Morrison was famously hailed by then-Man United manager Sir Alex Ferguson as a teenager
‘That’s partly due to the fact that he went to West Ham United and major Championship clubs early in his career.
‘His forays in other countries were not conducive to continuity in his career, but we hope that Ravel can show his qualities on the Eredivisie podium.’
Former Tottenham boss Martin Jol is technical director at Morrison’s new club, ADO Den Haag
Morrison made his first-team debut for United aged 17 before moving on to West Ham in 2012, and during his time there had loan spells at Birmingham, QPR and Cardiff.
He made only three appearances for latest club Middlesbrough, who he joined on loan in January, and has also had spells with Ostersund and Lazio.
Morrison’s patchy career continued with an unproductive spell at Sheffield United last season
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