Former Inter Milan, Manchester City and AC Milan striker, Mario Balotelli is set to witness more misery as a report from The Sun link the Italian player with a move to the Football League.
The report says Balotelli might be in action for Wolves or Port Vale as those are the options before him. Coach of Liverpool – his parent club, Jurgen Klopp says he doesn’t want the player this season, especially as his form has dropped. He was offered to a lot of clubs in Italy but they all rejected him citing his infamous indiscipline as part of the reasons for rejecting him despite his wealth of experience playing in different countries.
The report adds that Balotelli is even considering a move to lower division so he could get the chance to prove himself again as a top striker. The only issue that may arise would be his wages but the report has confirmed that the clubs would be willing to take a gamble on him if they reach an agreement regarding his wages. Jurgen Klopp would be eager to offload him from his burden as far as any club steps up to bid for him. Aside Balotelli, Cadena Ser reports that Liverpool are set to cash in on interests in 23-year old midfielder Luis Alberto. Valencia, Benfica and Sevilla are reportedly interested and Klopp would be willing to let the player go as doesn’t rank high on his squad requirements. Alberto returned to the club and was expected to remain permanently after two seasons out on loan to Malaga and Deportivo La Coruna.
Jose Mourinho is reported to have met with Balotelli to offer advice with more clubs turning him down. Both worked together when Mourinho was in charge at Inter Milan. The report from Calciomercato claim Mourinho advised him on changing his attitude so he could get a place to really impress before his career winds down completely. He didn’t propose a move to Manchester United but just offered advice informally.