Morrison is currently a free agent following a six-month spell with Swedish side Ostersunds
Former Manchester United star Ravel Morrison is training with newly-promoted Premier League side Sheffield United ahead of a potential summer move.
Morrison, 26, joined Swedish outfit Ostersunds earlier this year on a six-month deal, but his contract was not renewed last month.
The free agent has raised eyebrows over his recent activity, with rumours suggesting he is close to joining the Blades.
Eagle-eyed supporters noticed he had liked a tweet about him leaving Bramall Lane with his agent, while Morrison recently started following the club on social media.
Sheffield United then announced on social media that Morrison is training with Chris Wilder’s side today, also confirming the midfielder will travel with the club to their pre-season camp in Portugal.
“We will talk and see how it goes. It could be a good fit for both. We’ll see how it goes,” said Blades manager Wilder.
Morrison may be without a club for now, but he has been maintaining his fitness and uploaded a picture to Instagram of himself, Jesse Lingard and former United midfielder Larnell Cole alongside the caption, ‘Some work with my brothers’.
Despite being hailed as the ‘best kid you will ever see’ by Sir Alex Ferguson during his rise through the United academy and youth teams, Morrison failed to make the step up to the first-team.
His lack of discipline restricted him to just three appearances with the senior squad and he left for West Ham in 2012, where he showed flashes of his brilliance.
Soon after, he was sent out on loan to Birmingham City, QPR and later Cardiff City, before joining Lazio and then Mexican side, Atlas.
His spell with Ostersunds made it eight clubs for Morrison, who only turned 26 earlier this year.
Sheffield United manager Wilder also said he was hopeful goalkeeper Dean Henderson would return on loan to the club from Manchester United.
“Yes, that’s ongoing. Same again, discussions between both clubs, Manchester United and ourselves,” Wilder said.
“Dean obviously played for us last year and did outstandingly well. He went away with the (England) Under-21s in the summer, so he’s getting some well-earned rest.
“But fingers crossed that we can seal that deal as well, but we understand he’s still a Manchester United player.”
Luke Freeman is also close to signing for the Blades from QPR, Wilder confirmed.
“It’s not completed yet, but hopefully by the close of play today, Luke Freeman will become a Sheffield United player.
“The two clubs are in discussions to finalise that deal and we’ll be delighted if that happens.”