Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani praises Kevin-Prince Boateng, but won’t make predictions for the season.
The Rossoneri will re-sign the Ghanaian international - who has been training at Milanello - in January, after he secured his release from Schalke 04.
“Boa is a versatile player,” Galliani noted, speaking to MilanNews.
“He can play many roles, he’s good and I think he’ll help us in various areas of the pitch.
“Mario Balotelli and Jeremy Menez? Our forward line will be strengthened by their returns. I think that Milan still has a very good squad.”
Galliani also discussed the form of the team, following a win over Frosinone yesterday evening.
“We’re happy with our last two away games, they’re fundamental for the season. At Genoa [against Sampdoria in the Coppa] was certainly our watershed.
“It was a good win at Frosinone, there’s some regret for everyone as if we’d won against Carpi and Verona we’d be looking at a different table.
“It’s not a problem with deserving or not deserving, but we could have had more points if we’d had, for example, a penalty at Verona.
“We have 28 points though, so let’s keep those.
“Third place? We’re silent, we don’t make predictions, it never ends well.”