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Permanent Midfielder Exit?

Ravel Morrison, once Queen Park Rangers get within the 93-days of the season ending, will be leaving West Ham on an emergency loan to join Harry Redknapp's championship outfit.

Morrison started the season very brightly being very much in Sam Allardyce's plans, with him tipping him to make an England breakthrough, but the midfielder has since 'fallen out of favour' and will soon join QPR on loan.

Some regular first-team football will benefit Morrison so the loan should make sense.

This might not be simply a loan move though with internet reports suggesting that West Ham are prepared to sell Morrison to QPR on a permanent basis if the loan move goes well and they are able to match the Hammers' asking price, which is said to be £8m but an offer of £5m is more likely.

Will Morrison be sold, and would you want this?

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Date:Tuesday February 18 2014

Time: 1:19PM

 

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