The official station for Las Palmas has announced the Ghana striker has signed a new contract that will keep him at the Canaries until 2020
The 30-year-old joined Las Palmas last season on free transfer after sealing a one-year-deal, with an option of another year contract extention.
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Boateng after an impressive season, having bagged 10 goals has attracted several interest both home and abroad.
However, he has decided to stay with the club where he revived his football career.
KP Boateng has previously played for clubs like Werder Bremen, Tottenham, Portsmouth, AC Milan and Schalke O4 and after joining Las Palmas he made history by becoming the first Ghanaian to score in all the top four leagues in Europe.