Transfers of Thursday, 5 March 2015
The fiancee of Ghana star Kevin-Prince Boateng has hinted that the out of favour Schalke man could make the move to Major League Soccer when his contract expires.
Boateng has struggled for form this season, prompting widespread speculations he will be farmed out at the end of the season.
And he is believed to be looking at other options despite having more than a year remaining on his current contract.
The 27-year-old playmaker has moved clubs six times in seven years, playing in England, Germany and Italy but could be heading to the US to join MLS if his fiancee Melissa Satta is to be believed.
“He is still playing for many years. In the future we will probably move again. Maybe Kevin will play in the MLS,” she said.
If Boateng were to move at the end of his current deal he could be one of the first signings for either Atlanta or Los Angeles Football Club as the two expansion sides are set to enter MLS in 2017.
The dynamic midfielder is undoubtedly talented, and it is intriguing to see a player in the prime of his career being linked with a switch to America.