Ghana star Kevin-Prince Boateng will finally complete his return to AC Milan in January, according to the club’s Chief executive Adriano Galliani.
The 28-year-old had previously played for Milan in 2010 after he moved from Portsmouth and he went on to spend three years at the San Siro before making a surprise switch to Schalke 04.
Boateng was released at the end of last season by the German club after making over 50 appearances for the Bundesliga outfit. He returned to Sansiro where he trains with Milan and will now rejoin on a free transfer.
“On January 4 we will register Boateng’s contract with the Lega Serie A and he will be available for selection,” Galliani told Sky Italia.
Boateng scored 17 goals from his 100 outings for the Rossoneri during his first stint in Italy.