Boateng has been linked with an exit from San Siro all summer.
Galatasaray are set to step up their interest in AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng according to reports in the Italian media.
The 26-year-old has been linked with a move away from the San Siro this summer, as the Rossoneri look to sell before they can buy.
Keisuke Honda and Adem Ljajic are just two players linked with a move to the Italian giants, but with Robinho’s move to Santos falling through as well as a lack of interest in Boateng, the club have been unable to make a move thus far.
Nevertheless, that could be about to change according to Corriere dello Sport as reported by football-italia.net, who claim that Gala are set to make a formal bid for the midfielder.
It is understood that Milan will not accept anything less than €15m for the star, although they may have to reduce that valuation if they are to sell, similar to the situation with Robinho as they attempted to push through a move.
Boateng has been deployed in a number of roles during his time at the club, with many criticising both the management and the player for his inability to successfully play the role of trequartista.
Milan clearly believe there are better options available this summer, and are keen to offload the former Ghana international.
It remains to be seen how concrete Galatasaray’s interest is, but Milan will be hopeful of a bid being made despite claims from vice-president Adriano Galliani that the player is not for sale.