By Ameenu Shardow
Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng is now being tracked by three European clubs as speculations over his exit from AC Milan mounts.
The 26-year-old is now being pursued by 2013 Champions League losing finalists; Borussia Dortmund – where he played briefly on loan, Manchester City and new cash kings AS Monaco.
The future of the ex Ghana international at Milan looks increasingly uncertain especially with the fate of manager Massimimiliano Allegri still in the balance.
Boateng is a noted loyalist of Allegri and talks are rife he could exit the San Siro once the former Catania boss is fired after a trophy-less campaign.
Milan are already plotting a replacement for Boateng in Japanese Keisuke Honda who plays in Russia with CSKA Moscow.
Milan will reportedly listen to offers for the ex Germany youth international once a deal is made over the region of €15m.
This amount can easily be met by Dortmund who look to freshen their squad with some cash inflows following their relative success in the Champions League this term.
French club Monaco can also make a bid to flex their financial muscle following the takeover by a company linked to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.
Manchester City on the other hand will also be interested in such a deal as the main back up for their number one target Isco with the impending arrival of Manuel Pellegrini from Malaga.
Boateng has spent three seasons at Milan but was far below-par in the just ended season where he was constantly rotated and suffered racist abuse.