According to reports making rounds in Italy made Sky Italia, the former Man City and AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli is set to sign for Serie B club AC Monza on a deal until the end of the season.
The former Liverpool and Manchester City striker has been a free agent since leaving Brescia after their relegation to Italian football’s second tier last term.
Balotelli, who won the Premier League title with City in 2012 after achieving three Serie A titles with Inter Milan, had his contract with his hometown side Brescia terminated because he repeatedly missed training sessions in June and July.
The 30-year-old will undergo his medical with Monza on Monday. The club is owned by former AC Milan president and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.
Silvio Berlusconi is back in the game. Three years after selling AC Milan, the 83-year-old is targeting a swift return to the dizzy heights of Serie A with his new reality – AC Monza.
Mario Balotelli joins former Portsmouth and AC Milan teammate Kevin Prince-Boateng also signed for Monza in the summer.
Boateng won the Serie A title with AC Milan while Berlusconi and the now-Monza chairman Adriano Galliani were in charge of the club.
Tagged as the ‘Bad Boys’ of AC Milan, the two players of Ghanaian decent are set to play together once again at in the Italian Serie B league.