In an interview with Daniel Taylor from The Guardian, David Gill has confirmed that Manchester United will help youth player Ravel Morrison, who is constantly battling with off field distractions, to realise his potential his potential at the club.
“He’s a great player and we are giving him all the support within the club that we can,” he said. “We’re discussing it [the best course of action] and we’re helping him. He’s a very, very talented young player and the appropriate people within the club are making sure we assist him as best as we can.”
In Morrison’s court appearance last month, the judge spoke highly of Morrison’s commitment to change, claiming that he had been given “a glowing report” on the youngster.
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