According to reports, Balotelli's agent claims that the controversial striker snubbed a number of English clubs to join Ligue 1 outfit Nice.
The madness of transfer deadline day is over and the dust has finally settled. The past has shown us that late signings don't usually blossom into good deals, but these three Premier League giants will be well pleased with their deadline day business.
Latest reports claim Cesc Fabregas is set to stay at Chelsea after he was earlier linked with a move out on-loan to AC Milan. Meanwhile Mario Balotelli is finally set to complete a transfer away from Liverpool with a move to Nice.
Mourinho is one of the few people who knows Balotelli up close and his advise could change the player's fortune.
Chelsea FC and Manchester United target Romelu Lukaku might end up staying in Everton this season, as the Merseyside club's valuation of the player might be too high for his suitors, according to reports from the English media.
AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi confirmed that Italy striker Mario Balotelli would return to Liverpool after failing to make an impact with the Rossoneri.
Italy's fallen giants AC Milan have been linked with a move to sign the Reds' striker on a permanent basis, but CEO Adriano Galliani recently stated that there have been no talks between Milan and Liverpool about a possible transfer.
The Italian forward has thus far failed to live up to the promise he showed as a youngster, and his recent comments regarding Liverpool are not likely to win over any of the Anfield faithful.
Arsenal FC have been a bit light on the attacking front this season, and Arsene Wenger is eyeing Juventus forward Alvaro Morata as the summer transfer window draws near.
Today's gossip revolves around the man who just doesn't seem to want to stay at Stamford Bridge; a highly rated Italian striker who is too troublesome for the top clubs and a former Real Madrid player attracting interest from a Premier League giant.