Ravel Morrison, a former Manchester United teammate, has been given a lifeline by Wayne Rooney, who has allowed the midfielder to train with his Derby County side. The 28-year-old, who was a United youth team standout, has been without a club since mutually terminating his contract with Dutch second-tier side ADO Den Haag in January.
According to The Sun, Derby manager Rooney has given Morrison a potential career lifeline by allowing him to train with his squad. However, that won’t happen for at least a few weeks as Morrison is currently with Jamaica at the Gold Cup.
According to the source, Morrison will be given the opportunity to impress Rooney and the coaching staff, with a deal that might benefit all parties.
Derby, on the other hand, is unable to give significant financial incentives and is now working under transfer limitations.
Source: Daily Mail