Transfers of Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Monaco are ready to splash £15m for AC Milan unsettled star Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Monaco ended their two-year exile from the French top-flight after securing promotion this season.
The seven-time French champions have money to spend after Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev bought a majority stake in the club in 2011.
Rybolovlev wants to make Monaco giants in Europe again and therefore ready to break the bank to bring in top-notch players to the club this summer.
The Ghanaian international is believed to be on the wish-list of the club and could tempt Milan to sell with a £15m offer.
The former Tottenhamn man is seeking a move from the San Siro after a rather difficult campaign in the just ended Italian season.
Milan will not think twice to sell with Boateng’s contract expected to run out next year.
Monaco have lined up a staggering £50m move for Colombian international Radamel Falcao while Carlos Tevez and Inter Milan striker Antonio Cassano have all been linked with a move to the club.