After being suspended with German club Schalke, Kevin-Prince Boateng will train with AC Milan, at least until the end of the year.
Injuries have slowed down his career in the Bundesliga, being only able to make 10 starts for Schalke, where he contributed with four assists.
“From October 1 until December 31, @KPBofficial will be training with the team,” AC Milan announced on their official twitter account.
The 28-year-old was reportedly linked with Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon during the summer transfer window, but image rights and medical issues stood in the way of the move.
Boateng’s future has been totally up in the air, and he could’ve been another Ghanaian to move to the Saudi Arabian league. Saudi club Ittihad reported medical complications at Bupa Arabia, their healthcare partner.
Now, in training with AC Milan, the attacking midfielder will hope to gain a move to the club he enjoyed seasons with from 2010 to 2013.
He won the Serie A title in 2010-11, scoring 18 goals in 74 matches for Milan. Now he hopes they can rescue him, since Schalke are not happy with him due to his attitude within the club. Boateng has also had problems in the Ghana camp in the past.