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AC Milan says club might sell Mario Balotelli
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MILAN (AP) - AC Milan has not ruled out selling Italy striker Mario Balotelli.
Vice President Barbara Berlusconi on Monday called Balotelli a “great player,” but added: “In my mind, I don’t believe that someone can be irreplaceable. We will see what happens.”
Balotelli has four years left on his contract at Milan. He has been linked to a return to the Premier League, with Arsenal reportedly interested.
The forward joined Milan from Manchester City in January 2013 and helped the club to third place in Serie A that season. Balotelli scored 14 goals in 30 league matches last season but Milan finished eighth and failed to qualify for European competition.
The 23-year-old player is at the World Cup in Brazil, where he has scored one goal in two matches.
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