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Spurs flop could be heading to Turkey

Spurs flop Kevin Prince Boateng could be on his way to Turkish giants Galatasaray, according to reports on gianlucadimarzio.com

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Kevin Prince Boateng played for Spurs between 2007 and 2009, but only made 14 league appearances for the club is a transfer that was widely viewed as a disaster for the North London club.

From Spurs he moved to Borussia Dortmund on loan, and then played for Portsmouth and Genoa before ending up at AC Milan.

He left Milan in 2013 after a racist incident, and has played for German side Schalke since.

According to the report, because Felipe Melo could be leaving Galatasaray for Inter, Boateng has been earmarked as his potential replacement. He is available on a free transfer.

Boateng also has 15 caps for Ghana and has scored two goals. Prior to joining Tottenham he played for Hertha Berlin for three years – progressing through their academy.