Midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng said he is eager to earn a permanent stay at Italian giants AC Milan next season.
The Ghanaian international, who excelled during the country’s World Cup campaign last year when they reached the quarter finals, moved to Milan on loan last summer, few days after joining fellow Serie A side Genoa.
Milan president Adriano Galliani said last month there was an agreement in place to sign Boateng from Genoa on a permanent basis but the 24-year-old wants the matter to be settled officially.
The Rossoneri are closing in on their first Serie A triumph since 2004.
“I could get a new tattoo to celebrate the Scudetto, but also the Coppa Italia. However, the victory I want more is a contract with Milan,” he told Corriere dello Sport.
“How will it end? I’ll be heading on holiday as I have a desire for the beach and the sea. I’ll leave my future in the hands of the people who do this for a living.”