HUDDERSFIELD TOWN have confirmed that they are considering signing Ravel Morrison on a free transfer.
The former Manchester United starlet is currently searching for his twelfth club after leaving Dutch side ADO Den Haag in January.
Morrison was touted as a huge prospect at Old Trafford, having played in the same FA Youth Cup-winning side as Paul Pogba.
But he made just two more appearances for the Red Devils before he joined West Ham in January 2012.
The 28-year-old has since had several short-lived stints at a variety of clubs during his career, including spells in Italy, Sweden and Mexico.
But just days after Morrison revealed he was in talks with a Championship club over a move, Huddersfield confirmed the playmaker was an option.
Right now I know he is one option we are allowed to consider.
Terriers boss Carlos Corberan told BBC West Yorkshire: "Right now I know he is one option we are allowed to consider.
"With the new Brexit rules everything changed because you don't have the same option of player.
"We are analysing if these players can help the team and improve the squad."
Huddersfield would not face competition from Morrison's former team-mate Wayne Rooney, now boss at Derby County, however.
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He said: "Obviously I know Ravel because I played with him, but I am happy with the squad I’ve got, it’s a good squad of players.
"I hope Ravel can find a club which he deserves, because he’s a fantastic player, and I wish him all the best.
"I can’t recall him taking my boots, so he can have them."
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