Former Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison has joined Ostersunds FK after a successful trial with the Swedish outfit. The 26-year-old - who came through the ranks at United before joining West Ham in 2012 - has spent the previous three seasons at Lazio, but joined up with Ian Burchall's side in a recent training camp in Marbella after struggling for game time in Italy.
Morrison, who is widely known as a player with a huge potential but a poor attitude, will be hoping that this left-field switch to Sweden will be the move to reignite his career. The standard of the Allsvenskan is incredibly poor compared to that of Serie A, so he should easily boss it out there which will in turn build his confidence back up after an underwhelming time at the Stadio Olimpico.
Having played in the same Manchester United youth team as the likes of Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba, Ravel Morrison's career has taken a completely different turn to the current Red Devils starlets, with the midfielder counting seven different clubs on his CV in the previous eight seasons. It's clear that Morrison has bags of ability, and hopefully in Scandinavia he can start to get his head down and push on as there's still plenty of time for him to return to the Premier League.