By Ameenu Shardow
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Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has revealed his depression over the current poor form of his former club AC Milan.
The 27-year-old was sold to Schalke 04 at the beginning of the season.
Boatengâ€™s departure has however coincided with the poor form of the Rossoneri who are currently languishing in 12th in the Serie-A.
The Ghana international says he suffers from the poor form of his former side as he remains emotionally attached to the side that made him a household name on world football.
Boateng who refuses to rule out a return to Milan believes new coach Clarence Seedorf will need much more time for him to settle at the Italian giants.
â€œI suffer a bit to see AC Milan in this situation, because I am still a fan and itâ€™s always in my heart,â€ he told said.
â€œ[Clarence] Seedorf is certainly better as a player, because he played for so many years. As a coach, he needs a bit of time as itâ€™s not easy to get into a situation like that at Milan and change things in a day.
â€œFor me, he can be a great coach, but you have to give him time.
â€œI do not know. In Germany, I am happy because itâ€™s my home.
â€œI was born here, but in football, you never know. I lived for three years in Milan and itâ€™s always in my heart. Weâ€™ll see.â€