Ghanaian forward Kevin-Prince Boateng has been offered a way out of Fiorentina by former side Las Palmas.
The 33-year-old was recently told he has no future at Fiorentina by the club’s Sporting director, Daniele Prade.
“We are experiencing a difficult time. There have been no major exit operations.”
“The only player who does not fit 100% into the plans is Kevin Prince Boateng, for everyone else we are trying to resolve the situations,” Daniele Prade told the media.
Boateng, has however been given an escape route out of Fiorentina by his former outfit Las Palmas.
According to reports in the Spanish media, the former Milan forward has been offered a 3 year contract by the Segunda Division outfit.
Las Palmas, who narrowly missed out on a La Liga promotion spot in 2019/20 will like to bolster their squad with the inclusion of Boateng as they hope to return to the Spanish top flight league by the end of the season.
The former AC Milan forward represented Las Palmas in the 2016/17 season, making 28 appearances and scoring 10 goals.
He left Las Palmas to join Eintracht Frankfurt in 2018, helping the club to win the German DfB Pokal Cup.
According to Transfermarkt, Kevin-Prince Boateng is valued at €3.0 million by Fiorentina.