Roberto Mancini and Mario Balotelli fractious relationship seems to have continued as Liverpool offers him the chance to sign Mario Balotelli on loan with an option to buy but yet rejected him.
The Italian struggled badly to make an impact at Anfield following his move from AC Milan last summer, scoring just one Premier League goal in 16 appearances.
The Reds are looking for any interested side to pay his full £75,000-a-week wages, an amount that has already pushed away a number of clubs hoping to secure his services.
Whilst not shutting the door completely on a move, Inter are wary of Balotelli’s potentially disruptive influence on the dressing room.
It remains to be seen who will be willing to negotiate with Liverpool for the Italian global, but they are reportedly open to letting Balotelli go on a loan deal though.
He could barely get in the team when he was only competing with Rickie Lambert and Fabio Borini for a starting spot last term, and Brendan Rodgers’ team selections made it abundantly clear he simply doesn’t rate the Italian – however talented he undeniably is.
The 24-year-old former Manchester City striker previously spent two seasons with Inter, where he experienced much more success.