Who Is The Best Ghanaian Player Abroad?

Ghanaian players abroad played key roles in the campaigns of their clubs as the European seasons judders to a halt. Some have helped lift their clubs through difficult times, their highs indeed higher than their lows, with some winning personal awards and club titles. Below are three nominees for the GHANAsoccernet.com Readers Player of the Season Abroad Award. Who is your Ghanaian player abroad for the award. Kevin-Prince Boateng (Midfielder) � AC Milan Appearance- 25 Goals- 3 Boateng, 24, arrived at the San Siro after enjoying an impressive summer World Cup with the Black Stars in South Africa. The former German U21 star seemed however stranded at relegated Portsmouth before the mundial. After excelling with the quarter-finalist, Ghana, Genoa made a �5.5million swoop for the influential midfielder. Milan then reached an agreement with Genoa President Enrico Preziosi to take Boateng on loan. After making his bow in the Rossoneri jersey against Barcelona in a pre-season game, Boateng has always given Boss Massimiliano Allegri a course to worry when he is out injured. Holding down a permanent place Milan cannot come on a silver platter but the 23-year-old has been phenomenal in midfield for the Rossoneri pushing regulars like Genaro Gattuso, Massimo Ambrosini and Andrea Pirlo to the pegging order and has become fans favourite at the San Siro. The enforcer has scored three key goals and provided several assists to Alexander Pato and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Kevin has already won the Scudetto with Massimiliano Allegri�s side, their first in seven seasons. He also played a key role in Milan�s European campaign which was ended in the quarter finals by English side Tottenham Hotspurs. This is no doubt the best season in the fast improving career of Boateng.