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Transfer News Kevin Prince Boateng signs for Sassuolo

Sassulo finally announce the signing of the Kevin Prince-Boateng

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Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has signed for Italian side Sassuolo.

The midfielder moved to the Serie A side after his stint with German club Eintracht Frankfurt which lasted for only one season.

READ ALSO:Kevin-Prince Boateng set to join Sassuolo on 3-year deal

Boateng played 31 games for Frankfurt in which he scored 6 goals.

Boateng aided Eintracht Frankfurt to win the Dfb Pokal after being part of the side that disposed of Bayern Munich 3-1 in final on 19 May,2018.

That will seem to be the last game for Kevin Prince Boateng in an Eintracht Frankfurt as the confirmation by the Italian club only solidifies reports on the impending transfer earlier this week.

 

Kevin Prince-Boateng according to reports had agreed to a three year deal with US Sassuolo.

READ ALSO:Kevin-Prince Boateng agrees to join Sassuolo

However the announcement from Sassulo’s official website which confirmed the Ghanaian midfielder joining the side did also state that details of the said deal will be made known in a press conference to officially outdoor him as part of the club.

The press conference is slated for 6 June,2018 at the Seminar Room of the Mapei office in Via Valle d'Aosta, 46 in Sassuolo.

Here is the full statement from on US Sassuolo website

"The Sassuolo Calcio Sports Union announces that it has completed the following market operation:

BOATENG Kevin-Prince ('87, midfielder): acquired definitively by Eintracht Frankfurt
The player will be presented to the press tomorrow Friday, July 6 at 3 pm at the Seminar Room of the Mapei office in Via Valle d'Aosta, 46 in Sassuolo."

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