Mario Balotelli, Ex-Liverpool Striker Set To Sell Off His Supercars Including Lamborghini And Ferrari

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Mario Balotelli is reportedly selling off his fleet of supercars including a Lamborghini and a Ferrari after losing his emotion for it.

The former Manchester City and Liverpool player has a history of collecting high-priced cars just to wreck them.

The striker, who is presently playing in Switzerland for Sion, appears to have had enough and is cleaning out his garage.

The 32-year-old Balotelli is no stranger to controversy, either on or off the field.

A female passenger was hospitalized after he crashed his Bentley in the heart of Manchester while he was with City in 2012.

That happened two years after he was involved in an automobile accident on Chester Road, Hulme while driving an Audi A8.

While playing for Nice in France, Balotelli reportedly crashed his late agent Mino Raiola’s car into a pole.

The Italian striker’s terrible luck on the road continued at the start of 2020 when, at 6 am on New Year’s Day, he was involved in a car accident.

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The silver Fiat 500 Abarth Balotelli was riding in this time slammed into the gate of a bakery in northern Brescia, with Balotelli in the passenger seat.

After spending a year in Turkey, the attacker transferred to Sion from Adana Demirspor in 2022.

Balotelli’s side are currently one spot from the bottom of the Switzerland league, and he has scored just six goals in 16 games this season.

He scored his first goal in five months this month, but he hasn’t added to it yet.

Who is Mario Balotelli?

Mario Balotelli

Mario Balotelli Barwuah is an Italian professional football player who currently plays as a striker for the Swiss Super League club Sion.

Mario Balotelli age;

Balotelli was born on the 12th of August, 1990 in Palermo, Italy.

He is currently 32 years old.

Club career;

Mario Balotelli

Mario Balotelli began his professional football career in 2005 with Lumezzane, and he moved to Inter Milan in 2007.

He won the Serie A championship, the Coppa Italia, and the Champions League in 2010.

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Balotelli helped Manchester City win the Premier League and FA Cup under manager Roberto Mancini, with whom he had previously worked at Inter Milan.

In January 2013, he returned to Italy by joining AC Milan, eighteen months later, he was back in the Premier League, this time with Liverpool.

Balotelli played for Nice and Marseille in France’s Ligue 1 before returning to Milan on loan.

He moved to Italy once again in the summer of 2019, signing with Serie A’s Brescia and Serie B’s Monza. Adana Demirspor in Turkey signed Balotelli the following summer.

International career;

Mario Balotelli

Balotelli made his Italian national team debut in a 2010 friendly against the Ivory Coast.

He has played in three major tournaments for his country (UEFA Euro 2012, FIFA Confederations Cup 2013, and FIFA World Cup 2014), earning him more than 30 caps.

He scored twice against Germany in a semi-final match and led his country to a bronze medal at the Confederations Cup and a trip to the final of Euro 2012.

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Mario Balotelli’s career goals;

Mario Balotelli has scored 61 goals across all competitions throughout the stints of his six seasons at the top levels of European football.

Balotelli’s trophies;

Mario Balotelli

With Inter Milan and Manchester City, Balotelli has amassed a total of nine trophies.

The first of his three Serie A championships with Inter came at the end of the 2007-08 season.

Balotelli won the Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italia, and UEFA Champions League all at least once before leaving Inter.

While playing for Manchester City, he won three more trophies: the 2011 FA Cup, the 2011-12 English Premier League, and the 2012 Community Shield.

When Italy lost to Spain in the final of Euro 2012, Balotelli was awarded the medal as the tournament’s runner-up.

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