Balotelli puts Manchester house up for rent fuelling AC Milan switch rumours
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has put up his house for rent, which in turn has fuelled speculations about the Italian forward's move to AC Milan.
Balotelli has been strongly linked with the Italian giants and now his house is available to the public at the eye-watering rate of 13,495 dollars pcm, the Daily Mail reports.
Balotelli is also reported to have flown a number of possessions to the Italian city he used to reside in when he played for AC's rivals Inter Milan, the paper added.
Balotelli's Alderley Edge property features a master bedroom with an en suite dressing room, three other bedrooms, three more bathrooms and a leisure suite with a pool and gym, it reported.
It also contains a media room in which one of the walls is mounted with a huge television screen, the paper said.
Roberto Mancini is willing to let the striker depart after a string of rifts came to a head on the training ground when the pair had a scuffle.
AC Milan wants to bring Balotelli to the San Siro but cannot agree on a price with City.
The club's vice-president Adriano Galliani needs Manchester City to lower their valuation of the striker before making a formal bid.