The Rossoneri patron has heaped praise on the Ghana international but insists that a contract would depend on the responses the striker’s body gives. Ghana striker Kevin-Prince Boateng has been training at AC Milan for weeks and his output has not gone unnoticed by the club’s president Silvio Berlusconi, who visited the Milanello training ground during the weekend. The 28-year-old forward / midfielder could make a return to the Serie A outfit after his split from German side Schalke 04, according to reports. However, Berlusconi claims a possible deal would depend on a number of factors including the player’s physical condition. “Boateng can shoot from any position and is structured to be a great centre-forward. His knees are fine, but a contract depends on the responses his body gives. I’ve always liked him,” Berlusconi told reporters. Italian website Tuttomercatoweb.com reported last week that Boateng will sign a six-month deal with Milan next January. The German-born Ghanaian spent four seasons at San Siro between 2010 and 2013, and has already played two friendly matches with Milan since his temporary return.
Source: goal.com 2015-11-02