EX-TOTTENHAM flop Kevin-Prince Boateng plans to carve his name into Hertha Berlin fans' hearts … by offering them TWO THOUSAND KEBABS.

The Ghana striker joined Spurs from Hertha in 2005, but failed to score in 25 games.

Berlin-born Boateng went on to play for Portsmouth, AC Milan, Barcelona and other clubs in Italy, Germany, Spain and Turkey.

The 35-year-old rejoined Hertha last summer, and has just penned a new contract until 2023.

He has now become a doner donor by pledging to buy 2,023 kebabs for club fans before their opening game of next season.

Boateng appears in a video released by Hertha entitled "Still Hungry."

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He is seen in the Hakiki kebab stall in Berlin, slicing meat and filling a pitta with salad.

The striker says: "Hertha family, this is for you.  I am still hungry, and I will give you 2,023 doners for free."

Boateng adds: "I have always said, and shown on and off the pitch, how important this club is for me.

"I feel good, I am still hungry and I want to continue playing for them."

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Boateng hit the headlines in 2018 when he flew home from Italian club Sassuolo just to get his favourite fast-food treat.

He then said: "I had two days off, and I fancied a kebab.  I thought, where could I get a good one?

"So I booked a flight, and went back to Berlin."

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