Ghana Star Kevin-prince Boateng Set To Quit Ac Milan
Midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng is set to quit Italian giants AC Milan this summer with the Ghanaian seeking a way out of San Siro, Goal.com has reported.
According to the report, AC Milan and Boateng are preparing for a parting of the ways as the enforcer is dismayed by the lack of a defined role under Massimiliano Allegri this season.
While Boateng has been one of the most positive additions on the whole during Massimiliano Allegri?s three-year reign as Milan coach, his performances in 2012-13 have been largely underwhelming.
Boateng would also prefer to be used in an offensive role, but he has been utilised in a number of positions by Allegri in his 33 appearances this season, leading the 26-year-old to become disillusioned by his coaches? rotation policy.
As a result, the Rossoneri will encourage bids in the region of ?15 million for the midfielder.
Manchester City officials have monitored Boateng on more than one occasion this season, but both Malaga star Isco and Shakhtar?s Fernandinho, with whom talks are said to be at an ?advanced stage?, are seen as more viable options this summer.
Former club Tottenham are said to have maintained interest in the player they originally signed from Hertha Berlin in 2007.
Boateng played only 14 games in two years at White Hart Lane before moving on to Portsmouth, but he remains fond of London.
If Boateng?s valuation can be met, then both the club and player are keen on an amicable separation at the end of the season.