Thursday, 21st November, 2013

Mario Balotelli has once again rubbished any suggestion of a move away from AC Milan, despite admitting to an abnormal "all-eyes-on-me" situation.

The fiery Italian will be sure to be under the scanner when the next transfer window comes around, with clubs in his former home of England seemingly on his tail.


Ex-Juventus director Luciano Moggi had even suggested a transfer after claiming that AC Milan's team spirit was not suited to Balotelli performing at his best.

But Balotelli, who has three goals in seven games in Serie A this season, is more than happy to continue with the Rossoneri.


"I have always said that I do not watch out for the distant future", he told Sky Italia.

"I am thinking about doing well against Genoa [at the weekend] and not about the market in either January or May. I am happy at Milan and I am happy to be here."

Balotelli's off-field situation even gave rise to rumours that Milan had appointed an ex-police officer to be his 'tutor' and curb any potentially negative behaviour.

But the 23-year-old added: "I'm a good guy, like so many others. It is only that I am in a situation where I cannot be normal.

"I am not in an environment where I can never go wrong and do things that guys my age do. I have so many eyes on me, but I do not care at all. My character's okay."

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