AC Milan Signs Kevin-Prince Boateng on a Permanent Basis

Roberto Alvarez-GallosoChief Writer IApril 27, 2011

Kevin Prince-Boateng
Kevin Prince-BoatengTullio M. Puglia/Getty Images

While the eyes of the world are on the Real Madrid and FC Barcelona duel at the Bernabeu, AC Milan has confirmed signing Kevin Prince-Boateng on a permanent basis. During the 2010 summer, Boateng was signed with Genoa from Portsmouth.

Adriano Galliani (AC Milan chief) made this announcement in a conference before the Italian sports magazine Il Correire dello Sport. The announcement marks the transition for Boateng in the Serie A team AC Milan.

During his stay with Genoa, the team loaned Boateng to AC Milan before deciding on co-ownership as another option. The management of AC Milan was impressed with Boateng, who started 15 of the team's Serie A Matches and scored three goals during that period.

Kevin-Prince Boateng has also made news recently for AC Milan. Boateng announced that he will do the "Michael Jackson Moonwalk" should AC Milan win its 18th Serie A title within the current season.

Boateng said in an interview with the sports magazine La Gazzetta dello Sport that he would (dance) on the pitch. Boateng further elaborated by saying, "I have never won anything important in my career. The Scudetto would be a great conquest."

I have a feeling that the future of Kevin Prince-Boateng with AC Milan will be very successful.