Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly asked Milan to try to sell Mario Balotelli this summer, in order to fund further transfer work on the squad.
The Rossoneri are coming to the end of a disappointing campaign and their star striker has not escaped scrutiny for some indifferent patches of form.
Tuttosport report that with the intention of raising money to fund improving the squad in the transfer market this summer, President Berlusconi has instructed club officials to find a buyer for Balotelli.
The 23-year-old, who has scored 26 League goals for the club in 18 months, is said to be valued at between €25m and €30m.
However, it is believed that Balotelli is less than willing to leave the club. Monaco have previously been suggested as an interested party.
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