Mario Balotelli is being linked with yet another transfer, which will be the fifth of his short career.
The former Manchester City and Liverpool striker is always a controversial figure wherever he goes, whether it be for his flamboyant behaviour, his lavish lifestyle or antics both on and off the field.
He started his career under Jose Mourinho at Inter Milan, before moving to Manchester City in 2010. He returned to Italy for a short spell with AC Milan, before heading back to the Premier League the following year for what turned out to be a disappointing spell at Liverpool.
He returned to AC Milan on a season long loan before moving to Ligue 1 club Nice, where he has since spent the last one-and-a-half seasons.
The Italian has done relatively well during his time in France, scoring 38 goals in 56 games, but controversy found his way back to his doorstep last week. The striker went to the referee to complain about receiving racial abuse from the crowd in Nice’s recent defeat to Dijon, only for Balotelli to find himself booked!
Now, according to The Sun, two of his former club’s are interested in signing the striker. They claim that both Inter Milan and AC Milan have shown an interest in taking the 27-year-old back to the San Siro.
He is also pushing for a return to the Italian National team having last made an appearance for his country back in 2014.