Kevin Prince Boateng Set To Leave AC Monza After Contract Ends

Ghanaian forward Kevin Prince Boateng is leaving AC Monza after his contract with the Serie B side ends.

The former AC Milan and Barcelona attacker joined the Serie B side from Fiorentina last summer but leaves after just a season.

It is understood that the owner of AC Monza, Silvio Berlusconi decided not to extend the 34-year-old’s contract after failing to earn promotion to the topflight.

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The experienced attacker helped the Eagles to the playoffs but suffered heavy defeat to Citadella to end the season in disappointment.

Boateng, who was a key player at Monza, struggled with injuries limiting him to only 24 games. He scored 5 times and provided four assists.

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The German-born Ghanaian will be hunting for a new club this summer.

Meanwhile, reports in Italy have linked the striker to serie A side Udinese with newly-promoted English Premier League side Norwich City also interested.