West Ham will offer Ravel Morrison a stunning new deal in January following his superb start to the season. The Hammers will try to remove a £19million clause installed by the player himself after his wonder-goal at Spurs on Sunday sent his value rocketing. Morrison 20 was signed from Manchester United for an initial £650000 in January 2012. He has 18 months on his current contract which could see his fee rise to £2million with add-ons. The playmaker is on an incentive-based deal structured to escalate with the number of games that he plays for the Hammers. The rising scale which could see his £12000-a-week basic wage rise to as much as £65000-a-week was triggered when West Ham returned to the Premier League. The Hammers are ready to offer Morrison a far higher basic wage in return for removing the release clause. His Goal of the Season contender in a Man of the Match display to sink Spurs was his fourth strike in eight games.
Ravel Morrison's West Ham wondergoal sets up new contract for reformed bad-boy
Daily Mirror | Oct 8