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AC Milan consider Kevin-Prince Boateng exchange for Balotelli

Posted On Sunday, 27th January 2013
AC Milan have are said to have made a new bid for Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli, but there have been reports of Kevin-Prince Boateng being added to the deal.

Ghanaian star Kevin Prince Boateng could go to Manchester City

AC Milan have are said to have made a new bid for Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli, but there have been reports of Kevin-Prince Boateng being added to the deal.

The Rossoneri have tabled a €20 million offer spread over six years, while City are said to want €25 million for the Italian international.

However, reports in Tuttosport claim Milan might consider adding Boateng to the deal to bridge the financial gap, as they look to have it completed by the end of January.

Boateng has had a torrid season for the Rossoneri and has been widely criticised for his poor performances.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    IF KP BOATENG GOES TO MAN CITY. IT WILL SIGNAL THE BEGINNING OF THE END TO HIS CAREER. HE WILL ALSO NEED AN APPEARANCE IN BRASIL TO RESURRECT HIS AILING CAREER. HOW MUCH MONEY IS HE WILLING TO PAY THE GREEDY, BIG BELLY GFA MAFIOSOS?

  2. KEV says:

    BOATENG WONT GET IN THE CITY TEAM.HES NOT GOOD ENOUGH.BEEN PLAYING RUBBISH WHILST HES BEEN IN ITALY THATS WHY THEY WANT RID.
    STAY AT CITY MARIO

  3. why k p b 4 mario no it wil not help n apart 4rm indiscipline on da part of ballotari wat all has he done in football?

  4. maximelo maxwell agbo says:

    kelvin needs our support now pls Ghanaians lets pray for HIM

  5. kelvin in real madrid ll be gud and nice to hear

  6. Kay says:

    Very funny, a Ghanaian for a Ghanaian. Two hot heads, imagine two of them in the Black Stars squad, would Akwasi Appiah able to handle them? He will throw them away just like what he did to the Ayews.





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