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Dutch side NAC Breda to announce Kingsley Boateng signing this week

Published on: 30 June 2014
Kingsley Boateng

Dutch Eredivisie NAC Breda will announce the signing of Ghanaian youngster Kingsley Boateng this week.

The Rats are expected to sign the 20-year-old on a three-year deal from AC Milan.

Earlier reports said Milan want to maintain their ownership of the player and will allow him to go out on loan.

Boateng spent last season on loan at Catania but made just six substitute appearances for the Serie A side.

The striker has featured for Italy’s U17 and U20 national teams but could change his nationality to play for Ghana.


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  • kakape says:
    June 30, 2014 06:17 pm
    Please the guy has not yet played for Ghana or @least said that he wants to play for Ghana so what makes him a Ghana youngster? You guys should be reporting acurately
  • milky says:
    June 30, 2014 06:32 pm
    He should never play for Ghana. He should learn from kpb. Ghanaians officials will make money off his back. I will never tell anyone who is half Ghanaian to do anything for Ghana. Ghana sucks and the leaders like blood sucking parasites who will suck it's people dry and if you complain or challenges them it's all because you think you have more money than them. Fucking ass holes
  • lion-fire says:
    June 30, 2014 07:31 pm
    Come play for greedy c
  • maubs says:
    July 01, 2014 07:45 am
    gsn leave the boy alone. under the current football administration and management he has little chance of being treated with the respect and fairness, the spirit of akwaba for which we have been known for over the years. Does he want his name to be dragged here , there and everywhere? would he be working under a coach who will know how to use him effectively and can ghana take being talked about in italian press if in treating him a way the italian press should jump on our case? yes we will love nothing but the best representing us with love and passion but am not too sure that our set up currently in terms of football adminstration is helping the cause.