The ever controversial Mario Balotelli has already landed himself in hot water back in Italy, as the 25-year-old has had his driving licence confiscated after going 90 kmph in a 50 kmph zone, as reported by ESPN.
The signing of Balotelli was unquestionably an unmitigated disaster, and he has consequently been sent out on loan to AC Milan after just a single season.
Upon signing for his old side however, the report reveals he was required to sign a special agreement. The agreement is in regard to his behaviour, and gives Milan the option to tear up his contract if he can’t keep it under control.
The story was first broken by Italian publication Il Giornale di Brescia, who claim Balotelli’s response to being questioned over speeding was: “I’m sorry, but I hadn’t realised”.
The Italian star is always in the news for something, and this is just the latest in a slew of incidents.
You would hope that as he matured behaviour like this would become less frequent, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
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He doesn’t look to have a future at Liverpool, as after a disastrous first season with the club Brendan Rodgers seems to have lost all faith – as have the fans.
This spell with AC Milan could be his last chance, and he may have blown it already.