Allardyce is prepared to loan Morrison to QPR, Leicester or Derby – reports

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce will let Ravel Morrison leave on loan, according to reports.

QPR manager Harry Redknapp was alerted to the midfielder’s potential availability – by reports he was set to take him to Loftus Road.

Redknapp subsequently attempted to contact Allardyce, who has played down the possibility of Morrison, 20, leaving Upton Park.

Morrison was a target for Fulham.
Morrison was a target for Fulham.

But the Mirror say Allardyce has suggested Morrison lacks the heart for his team’s battle against relegation and will be loaned out to Rangers, Leicester or Derby.

The Daily Star claim Redknapp’s attempts to sign Morrison are being thwarted because Allardyce will not answer his phone.

And the Daily Express say Morrison maintains he is suffering with a groin problem despite being told he is fit enough to play.

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