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Turkish giants Besiktas have granted Ghanaian forward Kevin Prince Boateng permission to return home.
The German born Ghanaian has been in quarantine for the past two weeks following the suspension of the Turkish Super Lig due to the spread of coroanavirus.
The team had earlier rejected his request to leave the country due to inactivity.
But the Turkish Football Federation have announced that all foreign players, who want to leave for their home countries be given the chance to go home.
Besiktas have asked the on-loan Fiorentina star to make sure he is available when he is recalled to camp.
Boateng and his family are expected to leave Turkey in the coming days for Germany, where the situation looks controllable.
The 32-year old joined Besiktas in the January transfer window from Fiorentina and has already settled, after three goals in six games.
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