Premier League Giants Eye Massive Move for Balotelli, Everton Star and Barcelona Forward
- Premier League side Newcastle United are interested in the signing of Mario Balotelli at the end of the season
- Mario Balotelli is a good journeyman having played for many clubs and also won the Premier League title
- The Italian striker currently plays for Adana Demirspor and has featured in 18 games this term scoring 7 goals
Mario Balotelli is now on the verge of making a sensational return to the Premier League as Newcastle United are reportedly interested in signing the former Manchester City star.
The Italian striker is not a new person to Premier League fans considering his controversies even though he won the topflight title at the Etihad Stadium.
Following the takeover by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund last year October, Newcastle United chiefs are ready to invest heavily on the club so as to attract big players.
According to the report on Daily Star and Hard Tackle, Newcastle United are also interested in signing of Everton defender Yerry Mina and Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele.
Where is Mario Balotelli currently playing?
Mario Balotelli is currently plying his trade in Turkey for Adana Demirspor, who are managed by former Fulham star Vincenzo Montella.
How many years did he spend at Manchester City?
Mario Balotelli joined Manchester City in 2010 after leaving Inter Milan and spent three years at the Etihad stadium netting 20 goals in 54 games.
Footage of Man City star criticizing Balotelli when he was only 10-year-old goes viral
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how an old video of Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden criticizing Italian striker Mario Balotelli has gone viral on social media.
The viral footage shows a young Foden who was aged 10 taking aim at the former Manchester City forward while at the club’s academy.
Mario Balotelli spent three seasons at the Etihad stadium and was a member of incredible set of players that won City’s first league title under manager Roberto Mancini in the 2011/12 season with Argentine forward Sergio Aguero scoring with the last kick of the game to secure victory.
Balotelli was once dubbed “unmanageable” by his former Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho because he regularly hit the headlines for his off-field antics.