Ex-Ghana International striker Kevin-Prince Boateng will be a pundit for the 2020 European Championship.
Boateng will join other football legends to discuss the German national team and other matches at the Euros on German public broadcaster ARD.
Former Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger, Olympic champion Almuth Schult and ex-footballer Thomas Broich will join Boateng on ARD.
In a video by @Sportschau on Twitter, Boateng said “I’ve been a professional footballer for fifteen years; I live football with every fiber of my body. I’ve played my way from the streets of Berlin to San Siro.
“I’ve seen just about everything, I got to play in the biggest leagues in Europe. I speak five languages and have trained with and with the best.
“I’m a brother, bad boy, and leader – but always with a heart. I wear every stage of my career on my body. But the biggest one is waiting for me now.”
Former Ghana forward has had an up and down professional career that has seen him traverse Europe. Boateng has turned out for clubs in England, Germany, Italy, and Spain. Currently, Boateng is in the books of Serie B side AC Monza.
Internationally, Boateng represented Germany in the youth ranks. He however switched to Ghana in 2010 just months prior to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Boateng made his debut in a 1-0 win over Latvia.
He has had his fair share of controversies and successes in the Black Stars camp, playing in two World Cup finals.
The European Championships kick-off tonight at 10 pm with a Group A clash between Turkey and Italy at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.