Controversial Italian international and AC Milan player, Mario Balotteli, has been placed on the transfer list by the club president, Silvio Berlusconi.
Reports coming from Italy and reported in the London Metro say the striker is said to have been made available for sale in January, with Italian newspaper Il Secolo XIX reporting that his present club have ‘had enough’ of the former Manchester City man.
‘I’ve had enough and the decision is made. Mario is officially on the market and we need to sell him before the end of January,’ Il Secolo XIX report Berlusconi to have said.
23-year-old Balotelli joined Milan last January from Man City and has scored eight goals in 17 appearances this term.
Balottelli left Man. City shortly after a training pitch scuffle with former Man. City manager, Roberto Mancini. Before that however, Balottelli was making news almost every week both on and off the pitch.
No club has shown any interest yet in acquiring the services of the Italian international but we are sure there will be several offers.