Mario Balotelli to Arsenal? Striker's fiancée drops Gunners hint by posing in front of badge
The pair are currently in New York
Is Mario Balotelli's fiancée Fanny Neguesha's hinting that the striker wants to move to Arsenal?
Here are the pair in New York, posing in front of Arsenal badges at the Puma shop, who manufacture Arsenal's kit.
The former Manchester City forward Balotelli, who currently plays for AC Milan in Serie A, has been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium all summer.
Balotelli will soon join up with his Milan team-mates in America for their pre-season tour, and the Gunners will also be over in the States next Saturday when they take on the New York Red Bulls.
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With the 23-year-old Italy international sponsored by Puma, a move would certainly suit both parties, but has that ship sailed now that Arsenal have been bolstered by the addition of Alexis Sanchez?
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