Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng said that he is leaving Spanish football club Las Palmas to take care of his family.
The 30-year-old joined the Gran Canaria-based outfit at the start of last season after short term contract with Italian giants AC Milan elapsed and instantly became a mainstay with his remarkable performance.
The real reasons will be revealed at a 5pm press conference, where club chairman Miguel Angel Ramirez and the player should explain what went on.
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"The player is to bid farewell this afternoon from the UD Las Palmas at a press conference, once an agreement has been reached to make his disengagement effective".
Las Palmas confirmed on Wednesday that the Club have parted ways with the Ghanaian worldwide on mutual consents. Las Palmas has understood the plight of the footballer.
However, he is now set to leave Spain imminently and 'continue his career where he can be close to his family'.
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Boateng had an wonderful season at Las Palmas last season.
"Irreversible personal reasons provoked his unexpected departure".
Boateng has widely travelled across Europe, playing in the best leagues; Hertha Berlin, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspurs, AC Milan, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke OK.
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