Italy has long been the country of his dreams for Kevin-Prince Boateng.

In Tuscany, the former Eintracht cup winners married his queen of hearts at the weekend.

Personally, digitally and also in the so-called metaverse, i.e. online, on the moon.

In the image, the couple can be seen in 3D on the gray planetary landscape with Earth in the background.

For the 35-year-old Boateng it was the third time that he dared.

For Filip Kostic, who signed on at Eintracht in the summer of 2018 when Boateng saw his mission over after the cup win against Bayern and moved to Italy for love with US Sassuolo Calcio, it could now be the first time.

The first time Calcio in Bella Italia.

There had already been several attempts recently.

The boisterous Serbs are drawn with power over the Brenner Pass to the country where not only are lemons blooming, but where good money can also be earned.

Sometimes Rome was discussed, sometimes Milan.

Now it's Turin.

Capital of Piedmont.

Home of the old lady Juve, the La Vecchia Signora.

It has been heard that Kostic has already agreed on a change with Juve.

Alone: ​​At Eintracht, where Kostic is contractually bound until mid-2023, no official offer from the Italians has yet arrived.

Kostic is still drawn to the land of his dreams.

Juventus is an institution.

Italian record champion with 36 titles and 14 national cup successes.

Also: two triumphs in the European Cup and in the Champions League.

The Turin team won the UEFA Cup and the Europa League three times, the last time in 1993. It's been a long, long time.

Eintracht's big pound is the current win in the Europa League and the associated qualification for the group stage of the Champions League, with which they can convince Kostic to stay in Frankfurt.

Seasoned with a lavish salary boost as a token of appreciation that the best player of the past Europa League season can expect.

Arrivederci unity?

Benvenuto Juve?

Kostic must finally make things clear.