Mario Balotelli to join Brescia in Serie A

Mario Balotelli joins Brescia | Sports News 2019-08-18

Mario Balotelli joins Brescia | Sports News 2019-08-18

"I chose Brescia because as soon as I knew Brescia was in for me I honestly didn't think of anything else", Balotelli said.

He scored 31 goals in 51 Ligue 1 games in his first two seasons for Nice but, after failing to score in the first half of last season, joined Marseille where he found the net eight times during a six-month stint.

The newly promoted club confirmed the signing of Balotelli on Sunday, with the striker reportedly signing a three-year deal after previous negotiations with Brazilian giants Flamengo broke down. "Brescia can give me everything, it is the team of my city And I can give more to Brescia than to others". "There's is no fear of failing, I hope to help this team grow as much as possible". "I'm fine, very calm".

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 03: Mario Balotelli of Manchester City looks on during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Manchester City at the Boleyn Ground on November 3, 2012 in London, England.

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The 29-year-old was a free agent after his short-term contract with Marseille expired at the end of last season.

Information from the Associated Press and Reuters was used in this story. "But the goal is also to return to the national team", he said, adding that his aim was to play at Euro 2020 for Italy. "Because the current coach is fair".

Sky Sports Italia reported Balotelli has signed a three-year deal worth three million euros ($3.3 million) for the first year, plus a further three million if the club remains in Serie A.

Balotelli, who has 36 caps for Italy, has not featured on the worldwide stage since last September as coach Roberto Mancini said he was not playing at a high enough standard.

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