Former Newcastle and West Ham boss, Alan Pardew, is keen on taking Ravel Morrison to ADO Den Haag.

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Ravel Morrison could be set to work under Alan Pardew. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

The ex-Manchester United midfielder has only played 14 Premier League minutes for Sheffield United this season. His other two appearances coming in the League Cup, against Sunderland and Blackburn Rovers, respectively.

But according to a report from Sky Sports, it looks like Morrison’s time in England is coming to an end once more.

Morrison signed a surprise one-year deal with Chris Wilder’s men in the summer. However, with the Blades doing so well, Morrison has struggled to make an impact at Bramall Lane.

Both Pardew and ‘Ravel’ have had spells with West Ham. Although, they never crossed paths, with Pardew’s spell with the Hammers ending in 2006.

Pardew only recently took the job over in Holland with Den Haag. He is facing a fight to keep the club in the division and will hope signings like Morrison can help his team over the line.

What’s gone wrong for Ravel Morrison?

We have spoken about Ravel Morrison on this site more than once. A number of factors have gone against him, not least the form of the likes of John Lundstram and John Fleck.

Unfortunately, there seems to be an underlying issue when it comes to Morrison. He’s barely even been around the first-team squad this season after his cameo against Leicester City.

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SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 25: Ravel Morrison of Sheffield United battles for possession with Luke O’Nien of Sunderland AFC during the Carabao Cup Third Round match between Sheffield United and Sunderland at Bramall Lane on September 25, 2019 in Sheffield, England. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

That in itself could tell its own story. Therefore, another move might well be the best thing for the former Manchester United man.

Morrison could do with finding a club where he is truly loved and gets playing time. Pardew, on the other hand, is the sort of manager to put his arm around a player and get the best out of them.

Hopefully, if he does complete a move to Holland, Ravel Morrison can finally find his way under Alan Pardew.

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