The agent of Ravel Morrison says the midfielder could begin training with Lazio immediately.
The 22-year-old joined West Ham from Manchester United back in January, but had an up-and-down time at Upton Park before leaving this weekend.
Early on last season, Morrison impressed, and there was even talk of him making a late run for the England World Cup squad after a string of superb displays.
Yet it's all gone wrong again this term, with Morrison playing just once in the Premier League before a failed loan spell with Championship side Cardiff City.
Having signed a pre-contract agreement with Serie A giants Lazio during the January transfer window, West Ham allowed him to become a free agent on Sunday - and now, Morrison's agent says he could well start training with the Italians immediately.
"It’s a possibility, but nothing is decided yet," Nick Rubery told Tuttomercatoweb. "His contract with West Ham was only terminated on Saturday; in the coming days, or at most weeks he’ll decide what to do with Lazio."
"He can’t wait, he’s happy to start this experience with Lazio. It a club which has great tradition and is growing exponentially. Italian football is best suited to his characteristics, Ravel can be anything he wants to be. He’s a player with great quality, if he wants it he can be on the same level as so many great players," Rubery added.
Famously, Lazio signed Paul Gascoigne back in 1992 - another controversial English playmaker - and will be hoping that Morrison can improve on Gascoigne's record of just six goals in 43 games for the Rome club.