Tuesday, 4th February, 2014

Former AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng is still an avid follower of the Rossoneri's fortunes, which he insists can be revived if Mario Balotelli starts firing.

Milan are struggling to break into the top half of the table this season, a run of form that previously saw Massimiliano Allegri sacked and replaced at the helm by Clarence Seedorf.

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The Dutchman has brought some stability to the club – they are unbeaten in his first three Serie A games – but with a top four finish necessary, Boateng is feeing the pain.

The Schalke man enjoyed a spell at the San Siro before leaving for Germany last summer, and was quoted by Tutto Mercato as saying: "At the Rossoneri, they are going through a difficult situation.


"But if the phenomenon Mario Balotelli drives them on, there won't be anyone [to stop them].

"Milan, for me, is still an open wound. I watch all the games on TV and I want to cry to see their position in the standings.

"I wrote a message of 'good luck' to Mr Seedorf and I still feel for some of my fellow team-mates."

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