Italian Serie A side Sassuolo have signed controversial forward Kevin-Prince Boateng from German club Eintracht Frankfurt.
Boateng, 31, joined the Frankfurt last summer on a three-year deal after his contract with Spanish side Las Palmas was cancelled.
He has now left the Bundesliga outfit with two years left on his contract with the German Cup holders.
The signing of the German-born Ghanaian international was confirmed via a statement from the club which read: “Unione Sportiva Sassuolo Calcio announces the completion of the following transfer market operation.”
“Kevin-Prince Boateng has been signed outright from Eintracht Frankfurt.
“The player will be presented to the media Friday July 6 at 15.00.” the statement read further.
According to the club, Kevin-Prince Boateng will be presented to the media on Friday afternoon.
He returns to Italy where he had two separate spells with Italian giants AC Milan and also won the league during the 2010/11 season.