The former United midfielder is on the books at Italian side Lazio but his contract is defined to expire at the end of the season.
Jamaica wants to add ex-Manchester United midfielder Ravel Morrison within their squad for March’s CONCACAF Countries Little league match against El Salvador, based on the president of the Jamaican Soccer Federation, Michael Ricketts.
Morrison turned straight down the chance to represent the Reggae Boyz in November last year but Ricketts remains to be confident that the 25-year-old can be a complete international for Jamaica.
The Lazio midfielder, whose contract at the Serie A side expires by the end of the season, spent the last campaign on loan at Mexican side Atlas and his form in the Liga MX saw Jamaica register their interest in his services.
But he rejected the opportunity to feature against Suriname due to injury complications, Ricketts said.
“I understand the previously changed clubs and had a couple of injuries, so he had not been able to help to make the trip going back video game against Suriname,” Rickets told the Jamaica Gleaner. “I understand he is thinking about playing, and we remain to track his improvement because we will need him for another game.”
“The Central Americans could be really tough sometimes, especially when the game has been played there (Central America), so we’d welcome his existence in the medial side,” he added.
“In fact, I will try to speak to him prior to the weekends because he is essential to what we want to do.”
Morrison won the FA Youth Glass in a talented Reds side that included Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard and Everton defender Michael Keane, but he didn’t establish himself in the first-team picture at Aged Trafford and moved to West Ham on deadline day time of 2012’s January transfer window.
Loan movements to Birmingham, QPR, and Cardiff followed before he premiered from Upton Recreation area after making 18 group appearances in two-and-a-fifty percent years.
Morrison signed a four-year deal in Lazio in the summertime of 2015 and offers played seven occasions for the Italian aspect.
Previous United defender Rio Ferdinand admitted this past year that he was disappointed by how Morrison’s promising career had petered away.
“I was at the golf club when he was there,” he told BT Sport. “Essentially the most gifted, the most normally gifted young kid I’ve ever seen.
“Sir Alex Ferguson, I recall he called me personally and Wazza (Rooney) more than 1 day and said ‘appearance as of this kid, he’s much better than you Rooney when you were a kid, he’s better than you Rio, much better than Ryan Giggs when you had been kids. This is actually the best child you will ever observe’.”