Boateng, a Ghana international, spent the last season on loan to Turkish top-flight club Besiktas
Fiorentina midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has moved to Monza AC, the Italian second-tier club owned by former AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi, Italian media reported Thursday.
The 33-year old player is the 11th move to the club in a busy transfer window aimed at supporting Monza in its quest for a second consecutive promotion to the top-flight league, after elevation to Serie B last season.
Boateng, a Ghana international, spent the last season on loan to Turkish top-flight club Besiktas and had stints at Milan, when the club was still owned by Berlusconi, as well as at Serie A rivals Sassuolo and Genoa.
Berlusconi bought Monza, the club based in a city in the north of Italy not far from Milan, in 2018, three years after it was relegated to fourth-tier Serie D due to bankruptcy.
Monza had managed in the meantime to be promoted to Serie C.
Monza face SPAL Friday in their first game of the season.