After failing in efforts to bring Mexes in, the French side have now set their eyes on the Ghanaian…
Monaco are ready to splash big money on Milan unsettled star Kevin-Prince Boateng, as they ended their two-year exile from the French top-flight after securing promotion this season.
The seven-time French champions have money to spend after Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev bought a majority stake in the club in 2011. Rybolovlev wants to make Monaco giants in Europe again and therefore ready to break the bank to bring in top-notch players to the club this summer.
Boateng is believed to be on the wish-list of the club and could tempt Milan to sell with a €15 million offer. The Ghanaian international is seeking a move from the San Siro after a rather difficult campaign in the just ended Italian season.
Milan will not think twice to sell with Boateng’s contract expected to run out next year.
Monaco have lined up a staggering €60 million move for Colombian international Radamel Falcao while Carlos Tevez and Inter Milan striker Antonio Cassano have all been linked with a move to the club.