Kevin-Prince Boateng to Train With AC Milan Till December-End

Updated: 02 October 2015 15:28 IST

The Ghanaian international, who has already played with the Rossoneri from 2010 to 2013, had been dismissed from the German club last May after a 0-2 defeat against Cologne for his poor performance, although his contract runs until June 20, 2016.

Kevin-Prince Boateng to Train With AC Milan Till December-End
Kevin-Prince Boateng of Ghana in action during the FIFA World Cup 2014. © AP

Rome:

German football side Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng will train with his former club AC Milan until December 31.

The Ghanaian international, who has already played with the Rossoneri from 2010 to 2013, had been dismissed from the German club last May after a 0-2 defeat against Cologne for his poor performance, although his contract runs until June 20, 2016, Efe reported.

AC Milan said in a statement that the midfielder will train with the team, a decision that the Italian media believe is an opportunity for the Milan coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, to judge the player's skills with an eye to include him in the next transfer starting in January.

The 28-year-old, born in Berlin to a Ghanaian father, is known for numerous controversies on and off the ground, which have caused him trouble with many clubs.

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