Days after being allegedly terminated by Brescia, the club dismissed Mario Balotelli when he arrived Tuesday for training. Balotelli walked up to the gate of the training ground at Brescia and turned around after a short conversation with a club worker.
He told media as he walked away, “Presently say I would prefer not to train.”
Last weekend, Balotelli was supposedly terminated by his hometown club for failing to answer to the training as the Italian soccer league is preparing to continue three months after the coronavirus has halted. The previous striker in a tough situation with the stomach.
Italian newspaper Gazzetta Dello Sport said that on Monday night Balotelli sent another doctor’s note to the club saying that he had recuperated, yet that he had not arrived in time to send it to the relevant authority with the goal that he would not have been guaranteed in the event that he had harmed himself during training.
Last August, Balotelli marked an emotional homecoming with Brescia — the city where he grew up with his adopted family — for a player who has bounced back and forward between the Italian, English and French leagues.
He scored five goals in 19 matches in Serie A.
Mario Balotelli has supposedly terminated the last end of the week by his hometown club for failing to provide details regarding training as Series An is preparing to continue three months after the coronavirus has stopped.