Former Sheffield United midfielder Ravel Morrison is searching for his 12th club in nine years.
The Manchester United academy graduate was once thought to have a bright future in the game, but now aged 27, Morrison is once again a free agent.
Most recently the Jamaica international – who made his debut for the country in November – was with ADO Den Haag.
Morrison signed a one-year contract with the Dutch side, but that was terminated just four months in after making five appearances.
The ex-England Under-21 international moved to the Netherlands after being released by the Blades last summer.
During his 12 months at Bramall Lane, Morrison played only four times for the South Yorkshire club and was loaned to Middlesbrough for the second half of 2019/20.
It was a sorry end to yet another short-lived and underwhelming spell.
What next for former Sheffield United man Ravel Morrison?
Once more unattached, Morrison is seeking a 12th different club during his nomadic career to date.
During that time he has never played more than 30 games for any team.
Yet according to Football Insider, there are still sides interested in signing Morrison.
In England, they say Derby County, Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest are all keen. However, Yorkshire Live has since reported Huddersfield are not in the race.
Derby are of course managed by Wayne Rooney, who played alongside Morrison at Old Trafford.
There are also believed to be some Turkish sides keeping tabs on the Jamaican. Morrison is no stranger to foreign football, having played in Italy, Mexico and Norway – along with the Netherlands.
The Daily Mail reports that one of those teams is Kasimpasa, who are also interested in Chelsea outcast Danny Drinkwater.