Huddersfield Town’s interest in Ravel Morrison is ‘genuine’, as per Yorkshire Live’s Q and A.
The attacking midfielder is a free agent after parting company with ADO Den Haag in January and is weighing up his next move.
Morrison, who is 28 years old, is being considered by Huddersfield as they look to inject some more quality into their ranks.
Journalist Steven Chicken has said: “Yes, I believe there is interest this time – he was linked last month after he left Sheffield United and there was nothing in it then. Difficult to say how close a deal actually is at the moment but I believe talks are set to or have already taken place.”
Morrison spent the second-half of last season on loan in the Championship at Middlesbrough before being released by Sheffield United last summer.
He started his career on the books at Manchester United and played three times for their first-team before switching to West Ham United in January 2012.
He spent three years under contract with the Hammers but had loan spells away from the London club at Birmingham City, QPR and Cardiff City during his time at Upton Park.
Lazio swooped to sign him five years ago and he played eight times for the Serie A side before returning to QPR on loan again during the 2016/17 season.
Morrison has since spent time in Mexico at Atlas and then in Sweden with Ostersund before returning to England last year with Sheffield United. He could now be on his way to back to the Football League.