The contract between Ravel Morrison and ADO Den Haag has been terminated by mutual consent, the Dutch club have officially confirmed.
The 27-year-old midfielder has had a rather turbulent career so far. He has passed through 11 clubs since he started playing professionally eight years ago, when he moved from Manchester United’s Under-18 side to West Ham, including the likes of Lazio, Queens Park Rangers, Middlesbrough, Sheffield United, Swedish side Ostersund and Mexican club Atlas Guadalajara. He has never made more than 30 appearances for any of his employers.
Morrison signed a one-year contract with Den Haag in September, but he ended up playing only five games for them before this untimely departure, the reasons for which have not been revealed and can only be guessed at.
“The roads of ADO Den Haag and Ravel Morrison will separate immediately,” the club’s statement says.
“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. The 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.”