Mario Balotelli caught training with AC Milan?

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Although Mario Balotelli has been granted time off to take a trip to Italy, he wasn't supposed to be training with his former club. 

Balotelli visited AC Milan's training ground on Tuesday afternoon to visit his ex-teammates. Milan's social media team then uploaded photo of Balotelli in the club's training gear, which caused quite a stir.

This post was swiftly deleted and, for once, it would seem that a mini-storm involving Balotelli was not created by the controversial Liverpool striker himself.

It is reported that the photo was actually one of Balotelli training with Milan during his two-and-a-half years at the San Siro with the Rossoneri.

Milan, who currently lie 10th in Serie A in what has been a difficult season for Fillipo Inzaghi's side, confirmed Balotelli's presence at their training ground with a story on the official club website.

Balotelli also took to Instagram to highlight his visit, posing for a photo with striker Stephan El Shaarawy.

The Italy international has struggled in the Premier League since joining Liverpool last summer for £16million. He has only netted once in the league - the winner in a 3-2 victory over Tottenham at Anfield in February.

Liverpool have granted their players Tuesday off as they prepare to face Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium next Monday.

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