The outcast Boateng is ready to leave Bayern for Juventus
BERLIN: Bayern Munich defense frozen Jerome Boateng It will move to Juventus before the end of the summer transfer window on Monday, according to German media.
According to Kicker magazine and the Bild newspaper, the Italian champion Juve is looking for an experienced defender after Giorgio Chiellini's knee ligament injury, and Boateng reportedly begged the club to let him go.
Reports of his departure occur after German media said he was not present at the traditional photo session of lederhosen and beer on Sunday.
The 30-year-old player, abandoned in Germany by Joachim Loew, was an unconditional Bayern but has not played a single Bundesliga minute this season after being set aside after the arrival of the French international Benjamin Pavard and the signing of the Lucas Hernández club.
He had already won the anger of the club president, Uli Hoeness, last season by not participating in the celebrations for winning the league title, and Hoeness called Boateng a foreign body in the club.
Chairman of the Executive Board Karl-Heinz Rummenigge He said last month he was free to leave if he found a suitor.
Boateng has won seven Bundesliga titles and the 2013 Champions League, the last of the Bavarian club's five top level European triumphs.