Sevilla in for Prince
By Thomas Zeh & Juha Pal
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Kevin-Prince Boateng has confirmed Sevilla are one of the clubs chasing him.
German Under-21 international Kevin-Prince Boateng has confirmed reports that Uefa Cup winners Sevilla are one of the clubs chasing him.
The talented play-maker is believed to be keen to leave Hertha Berlin despite having a contract until 2009.
Hamburg and Tottenham are known admirers of him and now the La Liga outfit have joined the race.
"There is interest from Seville, although I didn't talk to Seville myself, the whole contact when through my agent Karel Van Burik," the 20-year-old told Kicker.
"I don't know what is going to happen, everything is possible in football," he said when asked about his future at the Olympiastadion.
Boateng is seen as one of Germany's most talented midfielders and Hertha have yet denied any intentions to sell their prized youngster, who is expected to fill the midfield gap left by Yildiray Basturk's move to Stuttgart.
Meanwhile, Hertha legend Gabor Kiraly admits he would one day love to return to the club he spent seven years with - after he was voted their best ever goalkeeper by the club's fans.
"It's unbelievable and a great honour for me," he told MTI.
"From now I'm not only a Hertha fan but the fan of all HBSC supporters."