Galliani: Balotelli won't go

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani says that Italian striker Mario Balotelli will not be sold.

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Mario Balotelli: Will not be sold by AC

Mario Balotelli: Will not be sold by AC

On Thursday, Galliani was quizzed about Carlos Tevez's move to Juventus by reporters and was also asked about Balotelli's future at the club.

Galliani responded: "Balotelli will not be sold. He's absolutely not on the market.

"We count on him. He's a world star and we will build our future around him."

Milan signed Balotelli from Manchester City for £19million in January.


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