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Tuesday 3 January 2012 13:36, UK
Skysports.com understands Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain are tracking Manchester United hot-shot Ravel Morrison.
Barcelona & PSG keeping tabs on United starlet
Skysports.com understands Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain are amongst several top European clubs tracking Manchester United hot-shot Ravel Morrison.
Morrison, who is regarded as one of the best players ever to emerge from United's famed youth academy, is out of contract in the summer with the club yet to tie him down a new deal.
The news has alerted a host of clubs at home and abroad to Morrison's possible availability at the end of the season on a free transfer.
Morrison, who has made two first-team appearances in the Carling Cup this season, is free to talk to foreign clubs this month and all the big guns in Europe are thought to be weighing up moves for the 18-year-old
European champions Barcelona are thought to have been made aware of Morrison's undoubted talent, while big-spending and ambitious PSG are keeping tabs on the attacker's situation.
Even though Morrison could leave on a free transfer in the summer United would be entitled to compensation in the region of £300,000 for development costs as Morrison is aged under 24.
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