Kevin-Prince Boateng who plies his trade in Italy for Fiorentina is yet to rediscover his goal-scoring form at his new club
Kevin-Prince Boateng hints at entering into coaching after playing career
Ghanaian striker Kevin-Prince Boateng seems to be interested in coaching after he indicated his readiness to quit playing for coaching.
At age 32 the former Tottenham player has played in the four major European leagues namely Premier League Bundesliga, Serie A, Italian Serie A and La Liga.
Having given off his best, he would like to enter into coaching when he hangs up his boot.
Boateng, who was speaking German news portal the Bild indicated football is more of hard work today than just affiliation to a club.
“If you don't work, you will be replaced, very simply. Loyalty no longer exists. That's sad. You would have to do a survey to find out which professional soccer player still likes to go to training and has a lot of fun," said Boateng.
"Then I've already stopped, I'm either a consultant or a coach," he added.
The 32-year has struggled with injuries this season with the La Viola's but has managed to play 12 serie A games scoring just a goal.
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