Once as the Most Interesting Man In The World
Once [ ]as 'the most interesting man in the world', [/sport/mario-balotelli/index.html Mario Balotelli] arrives home with a rap sheet few of his peers could come close to matching.
Whether he was being pictured with prominent Mafia members, throwing darts at youth players while at [/sport/teampages/manchester-city.html Manchester City], setting off fireworks with friends in his bathroom or uploading a photo of himself ready to fire a gun on his social media, https://eancorpstudios.com/groups/five-players-to-look-out-for-when-portuguese-season-restarts/ Balotelli's nomadic career has never been short of headlines.
In fact, returning home to Brescia, a move that left his mother in tears, sees him add club number eight to his professional career.
At 29, there is hope that he can finally find happiness in the place where it all began for a young Balotelli.
Mario Balotelli made the move to join hometown club Brescia on a free transfer this summer
Fans have likened the switch to the one made by Italian football icon Roberto Baggio in 2000
<div class="art-ins mol-factbox floatRHS sport" data-version="2" id="mol-c04d8ac0-decd-11e9-8f97-a9b734cd7103" website crazy life of Mario Balotelli as he returns home with Brescia