Two Premiership sides have expressed interest in Ghana World Cup star Kevin-Prince Boateng according to the player’s agent.

Talks between Genoa and Portsmouth have reportedly broken down and a possible move to Italy seems to have hit the rock.

Mario Miele, Boateng’s agent told that Portsmouth demand for a higher sign on fee has stalled the move.

“Until a few days ago there was constant dialogue and everything seemed to be coming towards a conclusion, although Portsmouth were still asking for more. Since then everything has reached deadlock.”

This has opened the gate for other suitors to jump in on the 23-year-old and Mario Miele revealed that Liverpool, Everton and Besiktas are lining up a deal for Boateng.

“A few days ago I heard that Liverpool and Everton were keen, and also Besiktas. Today I have read that Stoke are interested.”

But Mario added that there is nothing about these yet.

“But I know nothing about that and any of the clubs can have Boateng.”