Bundesliga side Schalke are working hard in an attempt to cash in on Kevin-Prince Boateng, Bild has revealed.
The Miners are no longer prepared to tolerate the midfielder’s unprofessional behaviour and they were hoping to sell him during the summer transfer window.
But, despite failing in their quest, Schalke officials are not yet ready to give up as the player’s hefty wage bill is proving quite a strain on club’s budget.
With Boateng’s agent having failed to find a new club for his client, the Miners chief Horst Heldt is now using his own contacts in an attempt to make things right.
The good news is that the transfer window is still open in the Middle East, with clubs from United Arab Emirates and Qatar the main targets.
Kevin-Prince Boateng has another year left on his contract worth €5 million per campaign, and it is hardly surprising that Schalke do not want him to stay for much longer.