The junior brother of the star striker is set to sign for Romanian champions Steuea BucharestiEnoch Barwuah Balotelli, the younger brother of AC Milan and Italian striker Mario Balotelli, will sign for Romanian champions Steuea Bucharesti after impressing on trials with them.
The 20-year-old striker who played for English lower division side Salford City FC last season ended his one week trials with the Uefa Champions League campaigners last week. According to reports in Italy, the technical team of the club are eager to hand him a deal.
“Enock Barwuah Balotelli, 20, was at Steuea Bucharesti for trials for some few days and the attacker in the coming days will sign a contract which will bind him to the club,” a statement on Tuttomercatoweb revealed.
The budding striker who is seen by many as being a better football talent than Mario although not very strong has had trials with clubs such as Napoli and Stoke City in the past, but could not land a deal.
Coach Laurentiu Reghecampf is in the market to beef up his squad for the Champions League campaign next season and is optimistic that the young Ghanaian-Italian can deliver for him.
Enock has often stated his desire to play for Ghana at any level and sees himself more Ghanaian than an Italian.