Inter President Massimo Moratti has insisted that Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli is not in their plans for the future.
The Italian international could leave the Premiership over the summer and he’s been linked with both Milan clubs.
While technical director Marco Branca recently opened the door for the striker, Moratti has seemingly closed it.
“We have been following what has been happening,” the Beneamata chief stated in reference to Roberto Mancini’s admission that he could sell Balotelli in the summer.
“Technically speaking, Balotelli is a good player, but we have made no move for him and, to be honest, he’s not in our plans.”
Balotelli left Inter in the summer of 2010 after Manchester City agreed to pay around €25m for his services.
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