Despite first representing Germany's young squad, Boateng eventually switched nations to represent Ghana.
The 34-year-old began his career with Hertha Berlin before moving to England to play for Portsmouth and Spurs before moving on to other European clubs.
If he had stayed with his childhood club for a longer period of time, the player believes he would have been called up to the German national squad. "I was twenty, the owner, and everything was going swimmingly. I was at home, surrounded by my loved ones. Then there's Tottenham," Boateng added.
"I should have continued at Hertha for another two or three years, maybe I would have become a player for the German national team," the player stated, adding that he has no regrets about choosing Ghana.
Kevin-Prince Boateng was a member of the Black Stars at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups.
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