Spanish Segunda Division side UD Las Palmas have offered Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng a 3-year-contract to bring him back to Spain, according to Marca.com.
Fiorentina have declared the 33-year-old surplus to requirement after he failed to impress at the club and the Spanish Segunda Division side have offered him a 3 year contract.
The Ghanaian forward made a big impact when he spent the 2016/17 season in LaLiga Santander with the island club. Fiorentina are willing to listen to offers for the 33-year-old this summer.
As MARCA understand, Las Palmas, who are now in La Liga SmartBank, have offered the former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder a three-year deal.
The potential move is now down to the player’s eagerness to return to the club and take a substantial pay cut to do so.
“I want to come back to play here one day. This great team has given me a lot,” Boateng said when he left Las Palmas three years ago.
Boateng has represented clubs including Tottenham, Dortmund, AC Milan, Barcelona and Schalke 04 in his career.
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