Mario Balotelli has rules to follow in order to play for AC Milan

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Mario Balotelli has completed his loan move to AC Milan and reports in the Italian press this morning say the move was only made possible after the striker agreed to a stringent set of rules.

The Italian forward joined Liverpool last year in a deal worth £16 million, but managed just one Premier League strike in 16 appearances. He hadn't been included on Liverpool's pre-season tour and wasn't in their squad for any of their three Premier League games to date.

Now the former Manchester City man has completed a medical with AC Milan and his loan move should be completed shortly - however before that occurred he had to agree to a set of rules.

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According to Italian sports daily Gazzetta dello Sport they include cutting out his smoking habit, toning down his hairstyles, reigning in his social media posts and dressing in a 'more appropriate' fashion.

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