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Mario Balotelli could be set for a spell on the sidelines after Nice coach Lucien Favre criticised the forward's lack of movement.
Mario Balotelli admits he was disappointed not to be called into the latest Italy squad, but he says he is now mature enough to respond appropriately.
Jose Mourinho wants to remake his midfield and likes the Ivory Coast international, but so does Pep Guardiola. Transfer Talk has the latest.
A record 1.6 million people in China tuned in to watch Nice facing Paris Saint-Germain in last Sunday's Ligue 1 game.
Mario Balotelli's agent, Mino Raiola, criticised Italy coach Luigi Di Biagio's decision to leave his client out of the squad for upcoming friendlies.
Nice accept Mario Balotelli is likely to leave the club when his contract expires in the summer, coach Lucien Favre has told Canal+.
Dani Alves' first Ligue 1 goal maintained Paris Saint-Germain's stranglehold on the title as they rode their luck to win 2-1 at Nice.
Gianluigi Buffon has cut short his retirement from international football and could face England at Wembley after being called up by Italy on Saturday
Nice striker Balotelli was booked for gesture towards Dijon supporters during 3-2 defeat last month.
Balotelli's agent said earlier this month that the former Manchester City and Inter Milan striker would be "a bargain" when his contract expires.
Mario Balotelli, set to earn an Italy call-up, said a black politician standing for the Lega party is a "disgrace" and was criticised in response.
Mario Balotelli says he is ready to return to Italy in the summer and would be interested in joining Juventus or Napoli.
Nice forward Balotelli is out of contract in the summer and, according to his agent Raiola, he will be a "bargain" for anybody.
As Paul Pogba's situation at Man United becomes more tenuous, the club renew their interest in Jean Michael Seri. Transfer Talk has the latest.
Representative Council of Black Associations (CRAN) filed complaint against "persons unknown" after Balotelli said he was target of monkey chants.
The French Football League has opened a formal investigation into alleged racist abuse aimed at Mario Balotelli with a final report due in mid-March.
The referee who booked Mario Balotelli after the Nice striker alleged he had been the victim of racist abuse has insisted he did not hear the insults.
The referee who booked Mario Balotelli for making a gesture toward Dijon fans after being subjected monkey chants is "doubly guilty," CRAN has said.
LFP tells AFP "the matter will be studied by the Disciplinary Commission" on Thursday.
Dijon striker Wesley Said and Kick It Out each condemned the decision to book Nice's Mario Balotelli after he was victimised by racist abuse.
Nice striker Mario Balotelli was booked for protesting to the referee about alleged racist chants during his side's defeat at Dijon on Saturday night.