Friday April 12 2013
Boateng wants stable Milan role

Kevin Prince Boateng has admitted that his versatility does limit his Milan performances. “I don’t like changing role all of the time.”

The 26-year-old has been used in various ways in a number of different systems tried by boss Massimiliano Allegri.

“I’ve played in attack, as a Trequartista and in midfield this season,” Boateng told Sky Sport Italia. “I don’t like constantly switching positions.

“The fact that I can play in a number of roles is said to be a positive, but it is not a perfect situation for me.”

Boateng, two goals in 24 Serie A games this term, was also asked for his impressions on January signing Mario Balotelli.

“He’s a really important player for us,” he continued. “And he is very similar to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. He’s a really good kid and he’s been a professional since he’s been here.

“We’ll miss him in these next few games.”

Balotelli has been suspended for three matches meaning that he’ll miss the ties against Napoli and Juventus.

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