Mario Balotelli agent, Mino Raiola has reportedly started negotiations with Brazilian outfit Vasco da Gama and Balotelli could be on his way out of the Italian league following the conclusion of the 2019-20 season.
The Ghanaian-Italian striker who plays for Brescia in Italy could leave this summer to Vasco da Gama in Brazilian League, or Galatasaray in Turkish League.
According to Football Italia, both Vasco da Gama and Galatasaray are interested in Ghanaian born Italian national. The 29-year-old joined hometown club, Brescia, last summer on a free transfer but the side has struggled this campaign. They sit at the bottom of the table with 16 points after 26 matches played, nine points from safety.
The forward notched five goals in 19 appearances for the Serie A side prior to the suspension of football due to the coronavirus. Balotelli, who has played for eight different clubs including the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool in the Premier League, was linked with a move to Galatasaray back in January.
Mario Balotelli could leave #Brescia in the January transfer window, with #Galatasaray offering him a deal, according to reports https://t.co/KG0gfYCA7m #SerieA #MLS #Flamengo pic.twitter.com/wdZepGGGgM— footballitalia (@footballitalia) November 23, 2019
He earned his first call to Italy national team 2010 in a friendly match against the Ivory Coast. Balotelli represented played at the world cup 2014 and 2012 UEFA Euro.