Found May 29, 2013 on
Kevin Prince Boateng
Big-spending French side Monaco have turned their attention to signing AC Milan’s Ghanaian midfielder Kevin Prince-Boateng after sealing deals for Radamel Falcao and Ricardo Carvalho.
Monaco completed a double transfer swoop later on Wednesday by wrapping up deals for Falcao and Carvalho in bumper cash deals.
Falcao completed his medical on Tuesday night with the finishing touches being applied to his €60million move from Atletico Madrid.
Carvalho signed a one-year deal with the option of another 12 months having barely featured for Real Madrid this season.
But there is no end in sight to their lavish spending as Monaco now go up against Tottenham and Manchester City in the race to sign the Ghana international.
Spurs were preparing to bring the German born Ghanaian international back to White Heart Lane three seasons after he left from failing to make an impact at the club.
Manchester City were also alleged to be interested but it’s thought that they won’t be ma...
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