Schalke chief Horst Heldt has ruled out selling midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng during the summer transfer window.
Boateng’s current contract runs out in 18 months time but reports have claimed that the Royal Blues are not interested in renewing his deal.
The 23-year-old has already been linked with moves to Arsenal, Inter and Juventus in the past few months but Heldt is confident that the former AC Milan star will stay put.
“There are no signals from either Schalke 04 or Kevin-Prince Boateng to want to end our contract prematurely. There are also no inquiries from other clubs, so we have not dealt with the subject,” he is quoted as saying SuperSport.
“He has one more year on his contract, and I can assure that from both parties there is not the intention of an earlier departure.”
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