The Eagles landed yet another new signing as midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng joins SGE on a contract running until 2020.

Berlin born Kevin-Prince Boateng (30) had recently terminated his contract with UD Las Palmas in Spain and now signed with Eintracht until 2020.

Vast Experience

Boateng - who grew up in Berlin with his half brother and Bayern defender Jerome - signed his first professional contract aged 18 with Hertha Berlin. He played for Tottenham Hotspur, Borussia Dortmund, Schalke 04 and AC Milan, in Italy he won the championship once and he als had 15 caps as a Ghana international. In 377 games on a club level he scored 57 goals and recorded 48 assists.

Back to the Roots

Eintracht board member Fredi Bobic: "We have been in touch with Kevin for a while and we are happy to support his desire to come back to Germany and to be closer to his family. We know about his power and strength in midfield; he will be a key player in the team. The young players will benefit from his attitude and experience."

Kevin-Prince Boateng: "I missed Germany, and also playing in Bundesliga. It means a lot to me that Eintracht give me the opportunity to come home with my family. I am really looking forward to play in the German topflight again, it's an exciting league. And I cannot wait to meet my new team mates, to wear the Eintracht jersey and to go out there and play."