Ghana forward Kevin Prince Boateng says his adventure with Spanish side UD Las Palmas is not finished after leaving the club on Wednesday.
Fans of Las Palmas were stunned on Wednesday when news broke out that their talisman, Kevin Prince Boateng has severed ties with the club.
The 30-year-old later revealed in an organized an emotional press conference that he departed the club for family reasons and vowed to one day return.
"In the world of football not everything is true, but I will return to Las Palmas, because it is a family," he said.
"I will always thank the President, he is like a father to me."
"Emotions do not have a time, I made the decision when I felt it." Prince Boateng who took that decision because of his family is expected to return to Germany where reports are rife that he could join Eintract Franurt.
Boateng was Las Palmas plundered in 10 goals in 28 appearances to emerge as the club's top scorer.