After surprisingly terminating his contract with Las Palmas, Kevin-Prince Boateng is set to join Eintracht Frankfurt, according to Bild.
Citing “irreversible personal reasons” Prince Boateng and Las Palmas mutually ended his contract earlier today and it is believed that the 30-year-old forward would like to be closer to his family in Germany.
The decision comes as a shock as the former Ghanaian international had one of his most successful seasons of his career to date with the La Liga side.
In 29 appearances with La UD last season, Prince Boateng scored 10 goals — including a spectacular strike against Villarreal that was a contender for goal of the year.
Now the ex-Milan man will look to add another team to his list of clubs that he has played for in his 14-year career.
Prince Boateng has bounced around Europe since he began his career with Hertha Berlin, playing for Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund, Genoa, AC Milan and Schalke over the course of the years.
If Prince Boateng is to return to his homeland to join Frankfurt, he will come together with a club that has made many good transfers in as they try to climb up the table to make a legitimate run for a European tournament spot next season.