Youngster is said to be interesting the champions.
Former Manchester United midfield player Ravel Morrison could join city-rivals Manchester City at the end of the season, says the Daily Mirror.
The youngster first came to the public’s attention when he was signed by the Red Devils on his 17th birthday, however, his time at Old Trafford proved to be underwhelming at best.
Head coach Sir Alex Ferguson let the playmaker leave the club to join then Championship side West Ham United in January 2012 on a three-and-a-half-year contract for an undisclosed fee, having made just three appearances for United in three years without scoring a single goal.
However, after more struggles at Upton Park, where Morrison started only one match for the Hammers, the attacker has found a new lease of life on loan this season with Championship outfit Birmingham City.
The 20-year-old has featured in 24 league games for the Blues, scoring two goals, and 27 matches in total, and it is that consistency combined with a general all-round improvement in both attitude and form that may well just persuade City to take a massive gamble on Morrison this summer.