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GERMANY/ BAYERN MUNICH, Attempt for Boateng ready

28.09.2012 17.56 by Claudio Colla  read 2440
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While living a bad moment at AC Milan, Ghanaian international midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng (25) has become a primary target for Bayern Munich, whose management are ready and determined to try signing him during next summer transfer market session. Currently on a deal with Italian club until June 2014, the player might leave on an about 24 million euros offer, and would join his half-brother Jerome in German club.

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