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29-year-old not believed to be on Huddersfield Town’s transfer radar this summer

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Derby County midfielder Ravel Morrison is not believed to be on Huddersfield Town’s transfer radar this summer, according to Yorkshire Live.

The 29-year-old was linked with a move to John Smith’s Stadium yesterday.

A report from Football Insider suggested that Huddersfield were one of three teams who were eyeing up a potential swoop for Morrison.

Preston North End and Sunderland were also touted as potential suitors for the attacking midfielder.

Whereas it remains to be seen whether the Black Cats will step up their pursuit, Preston’s interest has been played down by the Lancashire Evening Post.

Huddersfield have also been ruled out of a potential battle for Morrison’s signature.

The attacking midfielder is set to become a free-agent at the end of June when his current deal at Derby expires.

Signed by the Rams in 2021, Morrison went on to feature regularly for the club in the Championship last season.

In the 36 league games that he participated in, Morrison scored four goals and provided four assists for his team-mates.

Huddersfield have already bolstered their squad ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.

The Terriers will be able to call upon the services of Will Boyle in the Championship next season after signing the defender on a free transfer earlier this month.

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The Verdict

When you consider that Morrison has played for a plethora of clubs during his career, there was no guarantee that he would be able to settle at Huddersfield if they opted to sign him this summer.

Keeping this in mind, it could be argued that the Terriers’ stance regarding a move for the Jamaica international is warranted.

It will be interesting to see whether another Championship side decides to take a punt on Morrison as he did show some signs of promise at this level in the previous term.

As for Huddersfield, they could potentially boost their chances of challenging for automatic promotion in the upcoming campaign if they secure the services of some players this summer who have an excellent track-record of delivering the goods in the second-tier.


Freelance writer for Football League World. Previously worked for 90min & GiveMeSport.

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