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<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;The future of Balotelli, who moved to Milan from Manchester City in January 2013, has been the subject of much speculation this summer and <a href="http://worldcupsoccershoes.com">mercurial vapor 9</a> he has been heavily linked with a return to England.Arsenal were among the Premier League sides reported to be interested in the 23-year-old, but manager Arsene Wenger moved to distance himself from the rumours.Milan slumped to an eighth-place finish in Serie A last season, meaning they will not compete in Europe during the new campaign, but Galliani is adamant Balotelli will be staying put."Balotelli will remain at Milan," he told the club��s official website.Despite netting the winner against England, Balotelli has come under fire and was labelled a ��big flop�� in the Italian media as Italy crashed out of Group D alongside Roy Hodgson��s side.The striker was replaced at half-time of their closing 1-0 defeat to Uruguay and a yellow card picked up in that game meant he would have missed the last 16 <a href="http://worldcupsoccershoes.com">adidas f50 2014</a> fixture if Italy had won, but Galliani believes that he does not deserve to shoulder the blame."I don��t like that it seems as though the national team lost due to Balotelli. Italy lost for other reasons," he said."Balotelli has been the only striker who scored, others didn��t have a shot on target."It��s not understood why people only talk about Balotelli, when the national team had a coach, technical staff and 22 other players."Let��s talk about the group. Now it seems the disappointment has been Balotelli. I <a href="http://worldcupsoccershoes.com/">Cheap Football Boots</a> don��t understand this and I prefer avoiding other comments.</p>
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