Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng will join La Liga side Las Palma on a free transfer following his release from AC Milan at the end of last season.
Boateng made the move back to the San Siro in January on a free transfer from Bundesliga side Schalke, but only made seven league appearances, starting one of those. He scored 1 goal during his second stint with the Rossoneri.
“Las Palmas has reached an agreement with representatives of Boateng”, the club goes onto to says how the arrival of Boateng is “certainly the most important foreign player who has joined the club in recent decades”.
The La Liga side have reportedly been in negotiations with Boateng since early July. The 29-year-old is set to arrive in the Canary Islands on Tuesday to undergo a medical, and will then be unveiled to supporters at the Estadio de Gran Canaria.
Boateng has played for Hertha Berlin, Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund, Portsmouth and Schalke before returning for his second stint with Milan. He won the Italian Super Cup with AC Milan in his first stint in 2011.