Mario Balotelli signs a new contract for his home town team Brescia

Seria B Champions and newly promoted to the Italia top division "Brescia" have confirm the signing of "Mario Balotelli" in a three year deal worth over three million euros ($3.3 million) for the first year, plus a further three million if the club remains in Serie A.
Media reports revealed that the Italian born striker was released by his french club "Marseille" in June.
"Mario returns home," Brescia said in a statement.
"The return to Italy, after three years, was made possible by Mario's determination and enthusiasm to return to Brescia, the city where he grew up and where, since he was a child, he stood out for his physical and technical skills," the club continued.
Mario Balotelli, who was born in Sicily but adopted and raised just outside Brescia.
Due to Balotelli's four match ban, his debut for his new club is not not imminent, but however he could be featured on September 25 against Juventus.
It was also revealed that the 29-year-old reportedly rejected a move to Brazilian club Flamengo as he pushes for a place in the Italian national team as Euro 2020 approaches.
So far Mario Balotelli, has 36 caps for Italy, has not featured on the international stage since last September as coach Roberto Mancini said he was not playing on a regular basis.
Brescia have been promoted back to the top flight for the first time since being relegated in 2011.
Mario Balotelli last played in Serie A with AC Milan on loan from Liverpool in the 2015-2016 season.
He was part of the Inter Milan squad coached by Jose Mourinho that won the Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League treble in 2010.
He also won three Serie A titles with Inter before being signed by Manchester City and helping them claim the Premier League crown in 2012.

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