Ravel Morrison set for fresh West Ham start

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West Ham will offer Manchester United reject Ravel Morrison another chance to shine in the Premier League after a productive loan spell in the Championship with Queens Park Rangers during the second half of last season.

TalkSPORT reports that Hammers boss Sam Allardyce is ready to welcome the 21-year-old back into the first-team fold at Upton Park, in the hope that he can rediscover the promising form he showed at the start of 2013/14.

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Morrison was tipped as one of the brightest young talents to come through the ranks at Old Trafford, but his burgeoning Red Devils career was ruined by off-the-field problems, which resulted in a premature exit.

At West Ham he has shown glimpses of the potential that prompted Sir Alex Ferguson to sing his praises, but his development stalled midway through the previous campaign after falling out of favour with Allardyce.

Championship chance

Harry Redknapp handed Morrison an opportunity for regular action at Loftus Road, and after helping QPR win promotion back to England's top-flight, he's set for a return to east London for pre-season with a view to winning back his place in the West Ham team in 2014/15.

Morrison is one of a number of exciting young players to slip through the net at Manchester United these past few years, with Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba another player the Premier League giants will regret leaving.

The France international moved to Italy on a free transfer in 2012, after growing frustrated by his lack of first-team opportunities under the former stewardship of Ferguson.

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