Former Ghanaian international Kevin-Prince Boateng has revealed that his move to FC Barcelona from Italian side Sassuolo is “a big dream come true”.
He expressed conviction that every kid interested in taking professional football far in life will dream of playing for a great club like Barcelona.
“I think it is a big honour for me to be here and I have the possibility to play for this great club,” he said after penning a loan move on Monday.
The loan deal, which is for the remainder of the 2018/19 season, contains a purchase option worth €8 million.
The former AC Milan midfielder is expected to be unveiled at the Camp Nou on Tuesday.
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In an interview with the Spanish giants after the deal was announced, KP said: “I am very happy”.
He said every player will savour playing for such a great side.
“For every football player, and especially for me, it is a big dream come true,” he stressed.
KP Boateng, a brother to Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng, has played in four of Europe’s major leagues – English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A and the German Bundes Liga.
FC Barcelona will be his 10th club since making his professional debut in 2005 for Hertha Berlin.
“I will just try to give everything for this great club.
“I think everybody knows the way I play, in all my strength. I don’t want to talk about my strength, I just want to put everything on. We will just try and help the club.”
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh|3news.com|Ghana