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.
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.
Illarramendi close to completing Real Sociedad return
Liverpool and Real Madrid have missed out on Spanish Asier Illarramendi according to reports. The Real Madrid midfielder is close to re-joining Real Sociedad and is set to undergo a medical.
Gerrard tipped to become Liverpool manager
LA Galaxy boss Bruce Arena has tipped Steven Gerrard to become the future manager of Liverpool.
As reported by The Sun, Arena claims that the former Reds skipper will definitely go into management when his playing career comes to an end.
Gerrard, of course, left Merseyside behind in favour of a move to Los Angeles at the end of last season, and the Galaxy boss has hailed the former England international for the way he's settled to life in the US.
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