Alfred Duncan set to leave US Sassuolo for Fiorentina after agreeing on a deal
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Alfred Duncan set to leave US Sassuolo for Fiorentina after agreeing on a deal

​Ghanaian midfielder Alfred Duncan is reportedly set to join Fiorentina for a fee of €15 million which will include Kevin-Prince Boateng, Ghanasoccernet reported.

Duncan is believed to be on the verge of completing the move, meaning it could happen at any moment after he agreed on a deal with US Sassuolo. 

However further reports have emerged that La Viola are short of meeting the asking price of €20 million which has resulted in the side proposed a deal that will add fellow Ghanaian, Kevin-Prince Boateng.

Boateng left Sassuolo for Fiorentina in the summer of 2019 for a fee valued at €2 million but has since struggled to get minutes on the pitch.

Duncan, if the deal goes through, is expected to sign a contract that will see him remain at the club until June 2024, worth €1.5m per season plus bonuses.

The 26-year-old has spent most of his career in Italy, which includes coming from the Inter Milan academy ranks in 2010 and eventually plying his trade for Livorno, Sampdoria and since the summer of 2015 at Sassuolo.

He has scored one a goal and provided five assists from 13 Serie A games this season.