AC Milan has reportedly signed a six month contract with Kevin Prince-Boateng on Monday, January 4.
This decision officially makes Boateng’s stay with the Serie A club legal and could be seen playing for the Rossoneris soon in competitive matches.
The Black Stars’ midfielder has been training with AC Milan since September after his contract with Schalke 04 was terminated.
He had previously played over 100 games in his spell with AC Milan, scoring 17 goals and helping his side to clinch the 2011 Scudetto.
Boateng opted for a training regiment with the officials of his former club AC Milan where he had some successful career and since had a great recovery of his former self which has impressed his colleagues and handlers.
Boateng guided the club to an impressive start to the UEFA Champions League scoring against Barcelona in a super-clash but Milan have failed to reach the level since he left the club three years ago.