'Super Mario' is no longer a member of the AIC...
"We decided not to enrol in the AIC anymore, we don't recognise ourselves as part of that organisation," Mino Raiola explained to Radio Radio.
"The motivation for this is based on the management of recent events that were scandalous, not least regarding immigrants. [FIGC president Giancarlo] Abete should resign."
It would seem to be a move that indicates the teenager could be headed for an experience abroad, but Raiola insists that is not necessarily true. The representative recently admitted the two Manchester sides were interested in the talented youngster.
"This doesn't mean Balotelli will leave Italy for sure. This depends on Inter," he continued.
"Certainly we cannot exclude anything. In fact, there are good offers from Manchester United and Manchester City and a future in Spain cannot be ruled out either."
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