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Sports News Tue, 14 Apr 2020

Besiktas fails to reach an agreement with KP Boateng for a permanent deal

Footballghana.com can exclusively report that Besiktas has been unable to reach an agreement with Kevin-Prince Boateng and his agency for a permanent deal.

The Ghanaian international joined the Turkish Super Lig club in the winter transfer window for a six months spell with an option for a permanent move if he made at least 10 appearances.

Prior to the suspension of the football season in Turkey due to the Coronavirus pandemic, KP Boateng had only played 6 matches.

Nonetheless, Besiktas in a meeting with the player expressed their desire to make his stay a permanent one.

However,things have broken down according to the latest reports in the Turkish media.

Footballghana.com understands that the Black and White club is not ready to pay the 285 thousand euros extra fee to cover the player's extended stay due to the COVID-19.

Already, they will pay KP Boateng 1.7 million Euros of an annual salary if he is signed permanently.

In line with that, the loan contract will be allowed to run out on June 30, 2020, where they will finally part ways.
Source: footballghana.com
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