Former Ghana international could be open to switch in the future.
AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has revealed he is impressed by the top Bundesliga teams and has left the door open for a possible return.
The Ghana international played for Hertha Berlin before earning a move to the Premier League, but also spent a short stint at Dortmund on loan.
The 26-year-old also revealed his close friendship with boss Jurgen Klopp, but interestingly sounded as if he would be open to a return to Germany at some stage in the future.
“Bundesliga is always interesting to me,” he told Eurosport as reported by Goal.com.
“However, at the moment, I’m still wearing the red-and-black jersey of Milan.
“At the moment Klopp is still busy with his pre-season preparations, so he doesn’t have much time. We both have a lot of things to do.
“But we chat regularly. And that won’t change, as he is like a friend of mine.”
Boateng came under criticism last season after a string of disappointing performances, however the confusion over his best position arguably did little to improve his reputation in Italy.
While it would appear that the former Tottenham and Portsmouth ace is at home in a box-to-box midfield role, he has often been deployed either in the trequartista role or on the wing in a front three.
With speculation linking Milan with a move for either Keisuke Honda or Adem Ljajic, it has been rumoured that they would be willing to offload either Boateng or M’Baye Niang in order to create space in the squad whilst also raising the necessary funds.
However, at this stage it would appear unlikely that the midfielder will leave San Siro, although he is understandably keeping an eye on matters at home and remains open to the idea of returning to Germany.