City Star eyes an exit from Eastlands

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Summer signing for Manchester City Mario Balotelli, who has so far failed to impress in the Premier League has sensationally been linked with a premature move away from City.

The Italian international's agent Mino Raiola, recently featured on Italian sports show Premium Calcio. When questioned on how Balotelli was adjusting to life with Manchester City Mino simply replied:

“Happy in Manchester? Not really.”

Balotelli's agent explained that the 20-year-old striker who joined Manchester City from Inter Milan is developing a plan “that will make him win the balon d’or for three times.”

This interview has only fuelled the speculation surrounding the Eastlands player future. That was in dispute after Raiola was seen numerous times at Via Turati, Milan's head offices.

Furthermore, Balotelli has been vocal about his admiration for the Italian club, supporting the rumours that the Manchester City striker is hoping for a move to Milan.

The young striker scored 20 goals in 59 league appearances during his three seasons with Inter Milan. However, he is yet to find the back of the net for City in the League.

Despite this Manchester City manager Robert Mancini is convinced that given time Balotelli will find his form at Eastlands

"He has been out for a long time and now just needs to play games. Maybe he still needs to understand English football, like David Silva when he first arrived."

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