The AC Milan finally committed Kevin-Prince Boateng of FC Genoa. The two clubs agreed on a transfer fee, which is expected to be around seven million euros.
Milan (SID) - the Italian champions AC Milan finally committed the native Berliner Kevin-Prince Boateng of FC Genoa. The two clubs agreed on Tuesday on a transfer fee, which is expected to be around seven million euros. Boateng, half brother of German international Jerome Boateng (Manchester City), worked last season on loan with the Rossoneri.
Boateng was sold in August of the Portsmouth F.C. to FC Genoa, which had loaned the midfielder but immediately to Milan. A right of first refusal for the 23 was been granted to the Lombards, who had already acquired a part of the Wechselrechte, who signed a four-year contract in Genoa. Genoa in turn to have paid a fee of EUR 6.5 million for Boateng.