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Despite reports to the contrary, Mario Balotelli's agent Mino Raiola says there's no way his man is on the move, telling Italian radio station GR Parlamento:
"There is no negotiation for Balotelli with any club, no meeting, zero. It seems like a Grimm Brothers' fairy tale.
"Manchester City won't sell Mario, let alone loan. There are zero chances he moves. But until January 31st, who knows."
Still, Balotelli could leave Manchester City for AC Milan this week, according to The Guardian.
Milan and City are reportedly expected to hold talks over the 22-year-old Italian international striker on Monday. City reportedly want a transfer fee of £31 million after paying Inter Milan £24 million for Balotelli in 2010.
If the clubs do not agree on a transfer fee, Balotelli could join AC Milan on loan for the rest of the season, according to the report.
Balotelli was an unused substitute in City's victory over Fulham on Saturday in the English Premier League.