Sky Sports are reporting that Mario Balotelli's agent has dispelled rumours that there is a "good behaviour" clause in his client's proposed Liverpool contract.
The Italian striker has flown to Liverpool to complete the move from Serie A to the Premier League this weekend.
Liverpool in talks with Balotelli
The Reds have been searching for an adequate replacement for Luis Suarez since the Uruguayan’s departure.
Liverpool look to have landed the Italian striker for £16 million from Serie A outfit AC Milan. Balotelli joined the Serie A team in 2013 after leaving Manchester City.
Balotelli in Serie A
The Italian striker has had two stints in his career in Serie A, with both bitter rivals AC and Inter Milan.
His first stint in Milan was with Inter, which he joined in 2007. During his time there he made 50 appearances in the Italia league scoring 20 goals. Balotelli was part of the Inter Milan team who won the 2007/08 Serie A title
During his time at Inter he was photographed wearing the shirt of their bitter cross city rivals AC Milan.
After leaving Inter for Manchester City, Balotelli returned to Serie A but this time with Inter’s bitter rivals AC Milan.
Balotelli has made 43 appearances in Seria A for AC Milan scoring 26 goals.
While Balotelli is known for his playing on the pitch, he is also well known for his actions off it.
While with Serie A side Inter Milan, Baltelli was pictured wearing the shirt of their cross city rivals AC Milan on TV. Also while living in Manchester and playing for City, Balotelli set off a load of fireworks in the bathroom of his Manchester home.
More recently Balotelli took a slefie with two pitch invaders during an AC Milan match against Mancehster City during pre season.
These previous actions have led rumors to spring up that in his Liverpool contract there was a “good behavior” clause, however Brendan Rodgers and his agent has now denied these rumors.