The Ghanaian midfielder may move to Turkey alongside Inter pal, Wesley Sneijder…
According to TMW, Milan’s “unhappy” midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has been spotted at the Milan headquarters.
As reported, Turkish giant Galatasaray has offered Milan €15 million for Boateng’s signature, an amount of money that can satisfy the Rossoneri, who recently failed in attempts to complete Robinho’s sale to Santos.
It is now highly likely that the Ghanaian star may join Sneijder, who is also set to move to Galatasaray.
Moreover, in case Milan reject the offer, Prince will extend his contract and his salary will increase from €2.5 million to €4 million.
Update 18:00 – “Boateng is not for sale”, said Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani after the meeting.
Update 17:40 – Milan’s boss Massimiliano Allegri issued a statement on the Ghanaian’s possible departure. “I don’t know if Boateng leaves. You should ask him that. “
Update 17:35 – Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzo suggests that Milan will not sell Boateng.
Update 17:20 – Boateng has left Via Turati and decided to stay tight-lipped about his future. The main reason for this visit was reportedly an insight at his Milan contract.