The Ghanaian attacker signed a one-year deal, with an option to extend for another year. He was officially unveiled on Wednesday.
“I couldn’t say no to Berlusconi and Galliani,” Boateng said at his unveiling.
Boateng worked with the two during his time at AC Milan.
He had two spells with Italian giants AC Milan and one of such was under Monza chairman Adriano Galliani and Paolo Berlusconi, who served as the Milan vice-chairman in 2013.
Boateng also reunites with Cristian Brocchi. In his second spell in 2016 at San Siro, Boateng played under Monza manager Cristian Brocchi.
Monza is Boateng’s 13th club since turning professional in 207. He previously featured for top clubs such as Barcelona, AC Milan, Tottenham Hotspur and Dortmund.
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