Balotelli open to Napoli move in the future
Thursday 14 October 2010
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has not ruled out the possibility of playing for Napoli in the future.
The 20-year-old has yet to start a game for City following his summer switch from Inter Milan after picking up a knee injury in the Europa League victory against FC Timisoara in Romania.
Speaking to Radio Radio, he said: "Me in Napoli? Now I'm a Manchester City player and I feel fine in England.
"But for the future, I never say never. In the summer, I spent a week in Naples and the affection I received from people was incredible.
"I'll keep the people of Naples in my heart and I wish them all the best. Napoli is a great team and I feel that this will really be a great season, I wish them sincere good luck."
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