Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Las Palmas offload Kevin-Prince Boateng

Spanish La Liga outfit Las Palmas have moved to reveal that they have terminated the contract of Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng.

The club cited “irreversible personal reasons” for their decision, and this comes as a surprise given that the 30-year-old had only signed a new three-year deal three months ago.

The real reasons will be revealed at a 5pm press conference, where club chairman Miguel Angel Ramirez and the player should explain what went on.

Boateng enjoyed a very successful first season with Las Palmas, bagging 10 goals in 28 La Liga games as he was mostly used as a centre forward.

According to reports, the well-traveled footballer is expected to return to German Bundesliga, where Eintracht Frankfurt are keen.

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