Kevin-Prince Boateng leaves Turkish side Besiktas

Kevin-Prince Boateng leaves Turkish side Besiktas

- Kevin-Prince Boateng has left Turkish side, Beşiktaş

- Boateng's loan deal with the club came to an end on Thursday, July 23, 2020

- He has rejoined Fiorentina, his parent club

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Ghanaian international footballer, Kevin Prince Boateng, has confirmed his departure from Turkish side, Beşiktaş.

Boateng has ended his days at the Turkish giants after his loan deal came to an end on Thursday, July 23, 2020.

Following the expiration of his loan deal, Beşiktaş decided not to offer him a permanent deal so he will be returning to his parent club, Fiorentina.

Kevin-Prince Boateng leaves Turkish side Besiktas
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Per reports, Fiorentina were hoping to reduce their wage bill by getting Boateng to sign permanently with Beşiktaş, but the Turks chose not to take that option.

After leaving the Turkish side, Boateng released an emotional farewell message to the club as he departs to rejoin the Italian side.

He spent the last seven months with the White and Blacks, making eleven appearances and scoring three times for the club.

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His loan deal is expected to end on August 3, following the extension of the season due to COVID-19.

K.P Boateng posted on Twitter:

I would like to because the large Beşiktaş family, very but thanks at the first minute, I will really miss you at all times and always that I have really success.

The ex-AC Milan star will miss the final game of the season due to a knock he picked during Beşiktaş' 2-0 win over rivals, Fenerbahçe.

Read Boateng's message below:

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Boateng joined Fiorentina from Sassuolo last summer on a two-year deal with the option of extending for another year.

Meanwhile, former German international footballer, Gerald Asamoah, has opened up about his decision to play for the former the European giants.

According to Asamoah, he has no regrets about deciding to play for Germany instead of Ghana.

After his plan to play for Ghana had been turned down by ex-Black Stars coach, Giuseppe Dossena, Asamoah went on to play for Germany, making him the first Black African-born player to ever play for the side.

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Source: Yen News

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