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Inter Milan to pounce for Kevin-Prince Boateng

Published on: 10 May 2011

Inter Milan have targeted midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng who is currently co-owned between Milan and Genoa, according to Sky Sport Italia and il Corriere dello Sport.

Inter are willing to sign a dynamic midfielder and they are believed to swoop for Boateng should Milan and Genoa don’t reach an agreement over a definitive transfer.

Boateng suggested that the things he desires most is a contract with Milan but it remains unclear whether he will stay or not, despite Milan claim that he will stay in Red & Black next season.

Genoa chairman Enrico Preziosi said yesterday that he will not give gifts to Milan but their Sporting Director Ariedo Braida told this week that Boateng will be bought this summer.


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  • john says:
    May 10, 2011 02:20 pm
    I think Boateng's problem in Ac- Milan might come from his team mates. Especially the old in terms of longitivity in the team. His presence is putting some of them at the bench and they don't like that out of jealousy. Besides, I do not see Boateng to be a humble person due to his street attitudes. He has to be careful of some of them with big names. If anything, inter would be better and friendly to him.
  • Jimmy says:
    May 10, 2011 09:06 am
    Ghana has helped this guy paaaaaaaaaaaa!!! He must learn to honour Ghanaian match. he should not pick and chose.
  • oky says:
    May 10, 2011 09:06 am
    rumors…rumors…rumors it will break my heart to see KP move - blue and Black …nah…. it is always and always MUST be the RED and BLACK of MILAN
  • truthisbitter says:
    May 10, 2011 02:57 pm
    Story Story...........STORY ........until when the new season begins we will know where our darling stars are heading to
  • Fu-Chu says:
    May 10, 2011 03:20 pm
    @Jimmy seriously how has Ghana helped him. This guy was on loan to AC Milan from Genoa. He was not even a starter. He distinguished himself on the field that is why everyone wants him now. The World Cup performance by Ghana gave the same exposure to all the lads. Now it is how they seize the moment. I mean look at Annan now, he is playing very badly for Schalke 04 in Germany. Would you blame that on Ghana? Please be more objective.
  • Jerro,GREECE says:
    May 10, 2011 01:10 pm
    It will be a disaster for KP to even think of moving to Inter. Ac Milan have always been a place for players to stay and play for long without any harassment or pressure of being rejected or sacked. You have already been loved at Ac Milan and moving to the rival club will not help you. stay and remain loved and make your mark. Anyway its just an advice but i also know that this news hasn't got any salt.
  • samee says:
    May 10, 2011 03:24 pm
    ghanasoccernet, what journalism school did u guys go to? are u telling us that your(Ghanasoccernet) insider sources gave you this filla? Why it is not indicated in the report? Or the people mentioned spoke directly with you guys? When krraa will you guys stop this 'basa' 'tatantai' sports journalism? Learn to indicate your sources and spare us the agony of lies!
  • starlish says:
    May 10, 2011 03:35 pm
    chaly u for stay,u for no move.Good luck
  • Kenneth Owusu Sabato says:
    May 10, 2011 04:31 pm
    Why shd he exchange his coloured TV for a black and white one? AC for life!!
  • D'more97 says:
    June 01, 2011 01:06 pm
    @Fu-Chu, I could not agree with you more, GOD bless your heart for setting the record straight. Sensible guy indeed!