Championship side Cardiff have reportedly made a £3m bid for West Ham’s Ravel Morrison.
The controversial 21 year-old has been involved in many negative incidents recently such as his arrest for alleged assault, and with one year left on his current Hammers deal, the club are looking to offload the midfielder, reports the Daily Mail.
West Ham’s willingness to sell could lead Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to swoop in and make a move as the England U21 international is wanted by the South Wales side.
The Cardiff boss worked with Morrison at Manchester United when the Norwegian was the youth team boss and now believes that the youngster could re-ignite proceedings at the Welsh club after a very disappointing return to the top flight.
Morrison will offer the club a replacement for the soon-to-be departed Gary Medel, who is set to join Inter for £12m later this month.
The attacking midfielder was sold by Sir Alex Ferguson to West Ham back in January 2012 and has since enjoyed loan spells with Birmingham City and QPR.