Ex-player for Spanish giant Fc Barcelona and Italian Serie outfit AC Milan, Kevin-Prince Boateng has insisted that he was never frightened for changing club every 18 months his football career.
Kevin-Prince has now signed a new deal with German Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin after playing for many clubs in his life such Las Palmas, Sassuolo, Fiorentina, Barcelona, AC Milan, Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham, Genoa, and Portsmouth.
“I was never afraid to do anything new. I felt like I changed clubs every sixth month,” he said as reported by berliner-zeitung.de.
“It’s nice to have learned languages. I’ve grown up.
“This traveling around, getting to know other countries, is super nice, but at some point it also sucks,” he added.
Former US Sassuolo and Las Palmas pivotal was a star for the West African country during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa speaking to the press in Germany said he never scared to take a new path in his career.