The Telegraph has learned that a number of Premier League sides could make a move on West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison in the summer transfer window.
The talented footballer has fallen out with Hammers boss Sam Allardyce and it appears he won’t be playing for Big Sam again.
QPR and Newcastle are ready to join the race for the player’s signature, while Manchester City and Liverpool are also keeping close tabs.
Morrison has been in stunning form since joining the Rangers on loan in January, scoring 5 goals in 8 Championship appearances.
QPR will attempt to turn his loan deal into permanent move if they succeed in returning to the Premier League, but they are clearly set to face stiff competition for his signature, with so many top clubs showing interest.
Rangers currently occupy the third place in the league standings and they are available at 13/5 to gain promotion to the elite division.