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Friday December 4 2015
Boateng in, Honda out?

The expected arrival of Kevin-Prince Boateng will reportedly see Keisuke Honda leave Milan in January.

As reported yesterday, Boateng is expected to end his contract with Schalke 04, freeing him to sign for the Rossoneri, having been training at Milanello since the summer.

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Thursday December 3 2015
Boateng set for Milan

Kevin-Prince Boateng will reportedly end his contract with Schalke today in anticipation of re-signing for Milan in January.

The 28-year-old has been training with the Rossoneri throughout this season after falling out of favour with the Bundesliga outfit.

The midfielder has a contract running until June 2016 with Schalke, but Gianluca Di Marzio has reported today that it will be ended early.

The report says that his contract will be resolved today before the Ghanaian signs for Milan in January.

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Wednesday November 11 2015
Agent: ‘Boateng wants Milan return’

Kevin-Prince Boateng’s agent says he wants a Milan return and that ‘it will be decided in January’.

The 28-year-old has been training with the Rossoneri recently, but still has a contract with Schalke running until next summer.

However, agent Edoardo Crnjar says it’s ‘too soon’ to say if he will be back on the San Siro pitch.

“To this point we haven’t spoken about his possible signing for Milan,” Crnjar told Calciomercato.it.

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Monday October 26 2015
Boateng set for Milan return?

Kevin-Prince Boateng will reportedly sign a six-month contract with Milan in January.

The Ghanaian has been training with the Rossoneri in recent weeks, as he’s not wanted by current club Schalke 04.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, Boateng and the club have informally agreed on a six-month deal, with the option for a further year.

The player cannot sign for the club until the January transfer window, but will be at Milanello until December 31 in any case.

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Thursday October 1 2015
Boateng-Milan return unlikely

It’s reportedly unlikely that Kevin Prince Boateng will re-join Milan despite beginning to train with the squad.

It was confirmed yesterday that the Ghana international would train with the Rossoneri until December 31 after falling out of favour at Schalke 04.

There were rumours that Milan could offer him a permanent deal in January, but Gazzetta dello Sport has reported that his permanent return is unlikely.

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Wednesday September 30 2015
Boateng training with Milan?

It’s reported Kevin-Prince Boateng will train with Milan tomorrow, with a view to a January transfer.

The Ghanaian left the Rossoneri in 2013 to join Schalke, but has fallen out of favour in Germany, and his agent has already declared that the player still loves Milan.

Now Sportmediaset is reporting that Boateng will train with the squad at Milanello tomorrow, and if he proves his fitness, the Diavolo could consider bringing him back.

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Thursday September 10 2015
Draxler ‘didn’t feel ready for Juve’

Julian Draxler defends his move to Wolfsburg over Juventus, saying he ‘wasn’t ready to move abroad’.

The 21-year-old was courted by the Old Lady throughout the summer, before eventually deciding to remain in Germany and making a surprise move to last year’s Bundesliga runners up.

The attacking midfielder was top of the Bianconeri’s list in their search for a trequartista, before their failed approach resulted in the deadline day capture of Hernanes from Inter.

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Wednesday September 2 2015
Marotta: ‘Difficult to deal with Schalke’

Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta slams Schalke over the Julian Draxler deal - ‘a very mysterious club’.

The Bianconeri were involved in lengthy negotiations for the German international, who eventually moved to Wolfsburg, much to the chagrin of some Juve fans.

“There’s bitterness because we’ve lost two in a row,” Marotta admitted in a Press conference to present Hernanes and Mario Lemina.

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Tuesday September 1 2015
‘Germany better for development’

Julian Draxler explains he joined Wolfsburg ‘to better develop’ rather than switching to Serie A and Juventus.

The attacking midfielder was part of a protracted transfer saga with his club Schalke and the Bianconeri, and a deal appeared to be very close on Saturday afternoon.

However, by Monday the 21-year-old had joined fellow Bundesliga side Wolfsburg, and the player admits that staying in Germany was a factor.

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Monday August 31 2015
Bologna eye Praet, sign Krivicic

Bologna are competing with Schalke 04 for Anderlecht's Dennis Praet, and have already signed FC Koper's Marko Krivicic.

The Felsinei are looking to close their mercato campaign with a bang. According to Gianluca Di Marzio, their new target is the highly rated Praet.

The 21-year-old attacking midfielder is also sought by Schalke 04 and the operation will not be simple.

In addition, Bologna have officially signed Krivicic on a loan, and they released the news via a statement on their site.

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