KP Boateng is set to leave AC Milan
By Patrick Akoto
FIFA agent Luigi Corona believes AC Milan will sell their Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng to avoid the situation of losing him for nothing.
The 25-year-old is sure leave the San Siro after complaining about his unstable role at the club this season which he believes has limited his performances for the club this term.
Boateng?s contract runs out in 2014, thereby leaving Milan with two options of either improving his existing deal to keep him or sell him, otherwise they risk losing him for free next year.
Corona believes Milan will let go of the former Tottenham man not for footballing reasons but for the financial gains.
?I think Milan will let go of the Ghanaian player to collect money to invest in the market,? Corona said
?The basis for the transfer borders on the economic problem. There is a financial gap and that?s why Milan will sell him,?
?Boateng wanted an adjustment on his contract but Milan were reluctant. He will leave so both parties will benefit from each other.?
Boateng?s undecided future at Milan has put Manchester City as they seek to take him to the Eastlands.