Queens Park Rangers are keen on making West Ham United loanee Ravel Morrison's move permanent this summer

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Ravel Morrison helped QPR to promotion at the weekend. Picture: Action Images Ravel Morrison helped QPR to promotion at the weekend. Picture: Action Images

Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp wants to sign West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison on a permanent basis, according to the Mirror.

Morrison, 21, joined QPR on loan in February and has scored six goals in 15 appearances, with Redknapp keen to keep the England Under-21 cap at Loftus Road next season.

The attacking midfielder’s future is still uncertain after falling out favour with Hammers boss Sam Allardyce at Upton Park.

Whether or not the former Manchester United playmaker is in Allardyce’s plans for next season remains to be seen, though the shift in the style of play at West Ham could prove to be in Morrison's favour.

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10:16pm Tue 27 May 14

westhamwag says...

As long as they stump up the £8-10m purchase price they can have him. Has attitude problems that Man Utd, West Ham, Birmingham and QPR haven't been able to sort out. If he doesn't want to play for West Ham then get rid.
As long as they stump up the £8-10m purchase price they can have him. Has attitude problems that Man Utd, West Ham, Birmingham and QPR haven't been able to sort out. If he doesn't want to play for West Ham then get rid. westhamwag
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