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GERMANY/ BAYERN MUNICH, Offer for Kevin-Prince Boateng ready

09.10.2012 20.17 by Claudio Colla  read 2688
Source: Tz-online.de
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Already drawn towards Bayern Munich during last August, Ghanaian international midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng (25) seems to be still a main target for German club, which his half-brother Jerome is playing for. Currently on a deal with AC Milan until June 2014 and living a very bad moment in Italian squad, former Portsmouth player might be purchased for about 23 million euros, a sum that Die Roten management might offer in January.


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