Kevin Prince Boateng has been considered as one of Ac Milan’s important signing this season, as his presence in the team managed to brought new dimension in the Rossoneri’s midfield especially with his strength, energy and speed.
Considering his co-ownership status with Genoa, some fans are questioning about Boateng’s status next season, answering the concern of the Milanisti, Milan’s Vice-President, Adriano Galliani has made a confirmation that the deal for the Ghanaian player is practically sealed.
Revealing the good news to the press, Galliani revealed that the deal with Genoa has been completed as the Rossoneri will purchase the player next summer with the amount of 6 million Euro that will increase into 7 million should Milan win the Scudetto this season. Considering the position that Milan is in at the moment, the second option looks to be the amount that will ensure Boateng’s status with the fashion capital club.
He (Boateng) is our player. Genoa’s stake has been valued at €6m, which will rise to €7m in case Milan win the Scudetto, “ Galliani said. “The deal was already defined in a restaurant some months ago in Rio de Janeiro.”
Boateng’s performance has been catching many eyes, this season and his status has pretty much changed previously from merely a loan player at first and turned into co-ownership deal in the winter and looked to be solved with Galliani’s statement. Despite playing his first season in Italy, the former Portsmouth player has surprisingly managed to won the heart of Milanisti, who even already made special chant for the Ghanaian international.
The player’s sheer of determination and enthusiasm seems to be the main reason he is already being loved by many Milan fans in his first season with the Rossoneri. Despite still having some criticism in his playing, considering his young age, Boateng can really turn into an important asset for the Rossoneri in the future, although the fashion capital club’s tactician, Massimilano Allegri, already revealed that the Ghanian’s future position would not be on his current trequartista role but much more deeper in central midfield.
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