Former Black Stars midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has terminated his contract with Spanish club UD Las Palmas, the club has announced.
After a year with the club during which he was one of their best players, scoring 10 times in 28 games – the nomadic Boateng is once again on the move.
Las Palmas announced the termination of Boateng’s contract with a statement on the club’s website, citing personal reasons for the split.
“Prince Boateng says farewell this afternoon to UD Las Palmas in a press conference. UD Las Palmas has understood the plight of the footballer (Kevin-Prince Boateng), since for the entity all the players who are part of the yellow squad are before people who are professionals.” the statement read.
“On May 17, 2017, Boateng expanded his relationship with UD Las Palmas for three more seasons. Nevertheless, the personal situation of the player, of irreversible character, has precipitated its march.’’
“Boateng will continue his sporting career in a destination that allows him to be close to his family.” it read.
Reports claim Boateng is set to move back to his homeland of Germany, to play for Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt.