Italian Marco Balotelli, a forward who is free after having played for Inter Milan, Milan, Manchester City or Liverpool, among others, continued training this Tuesday with Franciacorta, with whom he has been exercising since last November 3, at the waiting to know your future.
Balotelli, 30, has been free since last summer, when he left Brescia, and in recent weeks has been ranked by the Italian media among the targets of Serie A clubs such as Genoa or Fiorentina and also of Brazilian Vasco da Gama.
The Italian striker was left without a team after shining at the beginning of his career at Inter, with which he won the treble in 2010 with coach José Mourinho, and wearing the shirts of Manchester City, Liverpool, the team in the last decade. Milan, Nice and Marseille, before the last lackluster experience at Brescia.
Super Mario chose Franciacorta, a club that plays in the fourth category of Italian football based a few kilometers from his home, to stay in shape while waiting to find a new team.
Among the options most highlighted by the Italian media is Fiorentina, after the American ownership signed Cesare Prandelli as the new coach.
Balotelli lived with Prandelli a brilliant European Championship in 2012, when Italy reached the final and lost it 4-0 against Spain, which would complete its winning cycle after the 2008 European title and the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
That year, he was Italy's attacking leader and scored a great double against Germany in the semifinals.
In the last season, Balotelli scored five goals in 19 games for Brescia, although his stage ended amid controversy with the board last summer.