Mario Balotelli looks close to joining new club – and it’s not one you’d expect

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The Italian striker has been without a club since leaving Marseille at the end of last season. The former Manchester City and Liverpool frontman was linked with a return to the Premier League with West Ham earlier this summer. However, Flamengo are now in pole position to sign the 29-year-old, with club officials currently in Milan to try to wrap up a deal. Brescia have not yet given up hope of bringing Balotelli, who grew up in the northern Italian city, back to Serie A. But Flamengo lead the race for the controversial striker who scored eight goals in 12 appearances for Marseille last term. The Brazilian outfit are reportedly prepared to offer Balotelli a two-year deal worth £2.78m a season. READ MORE Jurgen Klopp took a massive gamble in the transfer window – here’s why Ranked! The 9 best summer signings in the Premier League The real ‘anti-Guardiola’? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reaping the rewards of Manchester United’s counter-attack Paqueta to AC Milan not done yet – Flamengo Kaka tips bright future for Paqueta after Milan agreement Balotelli reveals Brescia ambition Bahia’s Lucas Fonseca performs hilarious dive, gets sent off Tottenham concerned about losing Toby Alderweireld for nothing – so will welcome offers Tottenham do not need trophies to be deemed successful, says Ledley King What Celtic’s Champions League exit means for the club Manchester United demonstrate how desperate they are to loan out Alexis Sanchez Mo Salah plays keepy-uppy with young amputee footballers Neymar has chosen his preferred destination between Barcelona and Real Madrid – but it’s not that simple Jurgen Klopp decided to take a massive gamble in the transfer window – here’s why Juventus have made contact with Christian Eriksen – but there’s some good news for Tottenham 7 players who were persistently linked with Premier League moves… but never came The real ‘anti-Guardiola’? Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reaping the rewards of Manchester United’s counter-attack

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