The Hammers bought the England Under-21 international from United for an initial fee of £650,000 and pay a further £250,000 every time he makes an appearance in their famous claret and blue shirts. But a clause in his complicated contract allows Morrison to be sold if an offer of £18million and is made. He can also go if the Upton Park team receive a one-off payment for £10m, according to the Daily Telegraph. The 20-year-old midfielder has just 18 months left in his contract and if he does enter negotiations over a new deal in the next few weeks, he could be sold to fund transfer activity during the January window.
Ravel Morrison may return to Manchester United if West Ham sell to raise extra transfer funds
Metro | Dec 31