- Ghana international Kevin-Prince Boateng has decided to distribute 2,023 kebabs to celebrate his new deal
- The veteran midfielder signed a 12 month contract extension at Hertha Berlin after a good campaign last season
- Kevin-Prince is one of the leaders in the Hertha Berlin team and he is expected to play a pivotal role in the upcoming season
Kevin-Prince Boateng has decided to celebrate his contract extension at Hertha Berlin in a remarkable way.
The 35-year-old signed a deal which will keep him at the Berlin Olympic Stadium until 2023 following his inspiring role last season.
Kevin-Prince Boateng will hand out exactly 2023 kebabs which represents the year his contract ends at Hertha Berlin.
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The 2010 World Cup star played a key role in Hertha Berlin's Bundesliga survival last season, where he even named the team for the final game against Hamburg in the promotion/relegation play-offs.
Boateng rejoined his childhood club after 14 years playing abroad, with the likes of AC Milan and Barcelona.
What Kevin-Prince Boateng said after inking a new deal
Kevin-Prince Boateng says he is hungry for more after signing a one-year contract extension at Bundesliga outfit Hertha Berlin.
“I’ve always said how special and valuable this club is to me, and tried to show it both off and on the pitch. I feel good, I’m hungry to get going and excited to keep going forward with the lads," he told the club's official website.
Sporting Director of Hertha Berlin, Fredi Bobic, is excited the midfielder agreed to extend his stay.
"The relegation play-off proved to us just how important Prince is for our team, and he didn’t show it just then. He’s our leader, getting stuck in and pushing everyone else along with him. We’ll need players just like that next season,” said Bobic.
Hertha Berlin announce contract extension of Ghana midfielder K.P Boateng
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Hertha Berlin have given experienced midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng a one-year contract extension after he played a key role in helping them avoid relegation from the Bundesliga.
Boateng, 35, put in a battling display to help Hertha win last month's play-off, second leg at Hamburg 2-0, which guaranteed survival.
He had been left on the bench for Hertha's 1-0 home defeat in the first-leg.