Former Black Stars midfielder, Kevin Prince Boateng has revealed that he wants to end his professional football career at boyhood club Hertha Berlin.
The Ghanaian player's decision to end his injury plagued career at the German outfit comes seven months after he vowed never to play for any German side.
The 29 year old Ghanaian has had an incredible start to the season at Spanish side Las Palmas hitting the back of the net two times in two games.
However, in a shocking turnaround, Kevin has stated that he will like to make a return to Germany where he kick started his football career.
"In Berlin all started. It would be overwhelming when it comes to an end there. But this is a dream."
Boateng vowed never to play in Germany again after a stormy two seasons at German top tier side, Schalke 04.
The player regretted the fact that he started his professional career later than he should have, making an assertion that his career might have gone a different way had he made an earlier start.
"I regret that I started too late to be professional, to live professionally. I think my career might have gone a completely different way,"
The player has experienced a series of injury setbacks in recent times including a medical failure at Saudi Pro League side Al Ittihad Jeddah before making the move to Las Palmas.
Kevin Prince Boateng has played for German sides Schalke 04 and Hertha Berlin, English clubs Tottenham Hotspurs and Portmouth and Italian side AC Milan with fellow Ghanaian Sulley Muntari.
By Musah Abelyire/ghanaguardian.com