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Sex and the Prince - Boateng knocked out



AC Milan have confirmed that Ghanaian midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng will be out of action for up to a month due to a thigh injury. But his girlfriend has claimed his antics in bed may be the cause of his constant injury.

Melissa Satta, who Kevin-Prince has been dating for a while, described their sex life and attributed that to his niggles. Melissa Satta said: "The reason why he is always injured is because we have sex 7-10 times a week"

AC Milan have not commented on the matter, but they did issue a statement to validate his injury.

Boateng, whose fellow countrymen begin their the African Cup of Nations participation early next week, injured himself during last weekend's 1-0 defeat to Inter.

A statement from the Rossoneri read: "Boateng has sustained a muscular lesion in his left thigh and the estimated time of recovery is around four weeks, unless there are complications."

The 24-year-old will likely be sidelined for Milan's next eight games, including their Champions League Last-16 home leg against Arsenal on February 15. Boss Massimiliano Allegri has set his sights on the attacking player's return for his side's domestic encounter against Juventus on February 26.



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