The Rossoneri have confirmed their troubled former midfielder will join his old team-mates on a daily basis until the end of 2015
Kevin-Prince Boateng is set to start training with AC Milan until the end of 2015, paving the way for the Ghana international to return to the Serie A club permanently.
Boateng and team-mate Sidney Sam were indefinitely suspended by Schalke following their 2-0 Bundesliga defeat at Koln in May
A proposed switch to Sporting then broke down in August due to a disagreement over the player’s image rights, with the 28-year-old now opting to train with the Italian club after having previously expressed his openness to return to the club he represented between 2010 and 2013.
A brief statement on Milan’s official website on Wednesday read: “Kevin-Prince Boateng, from Thursday until December 31, will train with the first team at Milanello.”
However, he would be unable to represent the Rossoneri competitively in this period given he is under contract at Schalke until the end of this season, and so is only expected to feature in friendly and reserve-team matches during his extended trial period.
The 28-year-old is the second controversial talent to return to Milanello under new coach Sinisa Mihajlovic’s watch, with Mario Balotelli currently on a season-long loan at San Siro from Liverpool.