Former Inter Milan and Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has officially found a new club after putting pen to paper on a deal on Monday.
Having been without a club since the 2019/20 campaign ended, the 30-year-old has now signed for Italian Serie B side AC Monza until the end of the season.
Announcing his signing, a statement on Monza's website read: "To reinforce Monza comes Mario Balotelli, who has signed a contract until 30/6/2021.
"The striker number 45 is the active Italian player who has the most goals with the national team, 14 in 36 appearances."
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Balotelli previously turned out for Lumezzane, Inter, City, AC Milan, Liverpool, Nice, Marseille and Brescia, racking up 383 senior club appearances and scoring 151 goals along the way.
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