Mario Balotelli has admitted that he has struggled to adapt to the English way of life. "I don't like Manchester."
The Italian left Inter for Manchester City in 2010 for €28m, but he concedes that he does miss the peninsula.
"I'm not happy at Manchester, I don't like the city," he told Sky Sport Italia after scoring in City's 3-0 win over Inter on Sunday.
"I'm happy with the Coach and within the team, but you can't have everything in life," he continued.
"I don't miss Milan, I miss Brescia, my home. I miss my family and my friends, but I think this experience in England will help me grow as an individual."
The Italian international, 21, signed a five-year deal with the Premiership club following his split from the Nerazzurri.
"I don't know if I will stay until the end of my contract," he added. "I'm here for now and then we'll see."
Balotelli has often been linked with a move to Milan – a club who rate the striker and an outfit that the player grew up supporting.
"They are a great team," Balotelli explained. "We could talk about it one day."
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