Ravel Morrison has ADO Den Haag Contract Terminated

Former Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison has left Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag after his contract was terminated by mutual consent.

Ravel Morrison has ADO Den Haag Contract Terminated by Mutual Consent

Morrison Made Just Five Appearances in Holland

Ravel Morrison only joined ADO Den Haag in September 2020 but has already departed the Eredivisie club.

The former Manchester United midfielder made just five appearances during his time in Holland, with his final outing coming in a 2-0 home defeat to PEC Zwolle before Christmas.

ADO Den Haag Statement

A statement released by the club read: “The roads of ADO Den Haag and Ravel Morrison will separate immediately.

“ADO Den Haag and Morrison have decided to terminate the 27-year-old midfielder’s contract by mutual agreement.

“Morrison signed for one season at the Cars Jeans Stadium last summer.┬áThe Jamaica international has a history with Manchester United, West Ham United and Lazio Roma, among others.

“ADO Den Haag thanks Morrison for his efforts and wishes him the best of luck in his further career.”

Youthful Journeyman

The midfielder is now in search of his 12th club despite only making his professional debut for Manchester United in 2010.

After two years at Old Trafford, Morrison joined West Ham but spent time away on loan at Birmingham City, Queens Park Rangers and Cardiff City before moving to Serie A to join Lazio.

During his time in Italy, Morrison returned to QPR on loan before a temporary switch to Mexican side, Atlas. He then joined Swedish side ├ľstersunds FK before returning to England to sign for Sheffield United. However, Morrison was loaned out to Middlesbrough before joining the Dutch side last year.

Amazingly, the 27-year-old has failed to make more than 30 appearances for one club. His 30 outings while on loan at Birmingham is the highest amount for one club from his 153 career appearances, while he has recorded single figures for seven clubs.

Main Photo

Embed from Getty Images