FORMER Manchester United talent Ravel Morrison has left ADO Den Haag after just four months.
The misfit had his contract terminated by mutual consent as his wasted football career continued.
The attacking midfielder moved to the Dutch side in September but only made five appearances before an early exit from the 11th club of his career.
Morrison was touted as a huge prospect at Old Trafford, having played in the same FA Youth Cup-winning side as Paul Pogba, but failed to make the grade and was shipped out to West Ham in 2012.
The 27-year-old has been dogged by disciplinary problems during his career and unable to settle at a club.
Rio Ferdinand claimed Morrison could have been a £100million player if he had been given a mentor during his time at United.
During his time at West Ham, Morrison was loaned out to Birmingham, QPR and Cardiff as he struggled to impress on the pitch.
Morrison's first move abroad came in 2015 as he joined Lazio but fell out of favour after a season.
The midfielder rejoined QPR on loan before a shock move to Mexican side Atlas.
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After 25 appearances in Mexico, Morrison joined Swedish club Ostersund in 2019.
He returned to England to play for Sheffield United but made just four appearances before a brief loan spell at Middlesbrough.
After leaving the Blades, Morrison tried his luck at ADO Den Haag but his latest move failed to pay off.
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