Mario Balotelli completes Monza transfer after five months without club and holding talks with Barnsley

MARIO BALOTELLI has signed for Italian Serie B side Monza on a free transfer.

The footie bad boy, famous for his slogan 'why always me', will link up with another former AC Milan player in Kevin-Prince Boateng.

Monza are the new project of ex-Italy Prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, who sold AC Milan in 2017.

Balotelli had been training with Serie D team Franciacorta to boost his fitness.

But he held negotiations with Championship strugglers Barnsley last month and spoke to Vasco Da Gama in the past few days.

But he has opted to stay in Italy with Monza and will wear the No45 shirt for his new team.

SunSport recently reported how Balotelli warned 'cowardly b******s' who vandalised his car they 'better pray hard' he does not find who they are.

The furious former Manchester City and Liverpool striker posted a video of the damage as he prepared for his next move.

The controversial 30-year-old showed his smashed-in passenger window and the broken glass inside his car before blasting the culprits.

The ex-Italy star wrote: "I know that you… YOU whoever you are will become aware of this message.

"I tell you just that you better pray, and pray hard, that I never find out who you are, because I will make sure you are persecuted for life by the law, seeing as 'I can't' do it any other way.

"You cowardly b******s."

Balotelli has not had a club for five months after his contract with Brescia was torn up.

He had two years left to run on his deal with his hometown club.


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