Former Ghana international midfileder Kevin Prince-Boateng is attracting a lot of interest from clubs in the top-flight leagues of Europe despite playing the second tier this season.

Clubs in the Italian top-flight of Serie A and also another side in the top leagues of England are among those chasing after his signature ahead of the start of next season.

Newly-promoted English Premier League side Norwich City and Italian Serie A sides Udinese are currently monitoring the former AC Milan star to sign him to augment their squad for next term

Ghanaian football fans will be desperate to follow his performances depending on which league he opts for as platform will provide live updates of the matches Boateng will play in next season.

The clubs are keen to swoop on the talented player as it looks highly unlikely that he would be content with playing in the Italian Serie B next season with Monza.

The club owned by the former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi captured the Ghanaian player last year with the intention of helping them to gain quick promotion.

That dream looks to be fading fast as they failed to grab the automatic promotion slot which means they now have to chase that ambition via the promotion playoffs which is normally a long route filled with drama and excitement.

The AC Monza player who is well traveled having played for over a dozen clubs is on the radar of the above mentioned clubs.

He has contributed immensely to the promotion play off fortunes of  AC Monza this season with five goals while providing four assists in 24 matches.

The Ghanaian forward signed a one year deal with AC Monza at the beginning of the 2020/2021 season with an option to extend it for another year.

Monza were beaten 3-0 in the first leg of the promotion play offs leaving  them with a tall mountain to climb in the second leg.

If their ambition of playing in the Serie A fails to materialise and Berlusconi is unable to convince Boateng and his fellow Ghanaian team-mate Mario Balotelli to stay, they would just find new employers in the top leagues.