There seems to be no end in sight for the troubles, between Mario Balotelli and his club Manchester City as both parties are embroiled in a fresh dispute.
Balotelli reported City to the Premier League tribunal,after the player was fined for his two weeks wages,which is in the region of £340,000.
Since he stormed down the tunnel in Manchester City’s 2-3 loss to city rivals Manchester United,Balotelli has failed to make an appearance for the Premier League champions.
It is understood that Balotelli was fined internally by his club for a poor disciplinary record last season,that saw him miss 11 games domestically and in Europe through suspensions.
Failing to get a favourable decision after appealing the ruling at City,the Italian striker took the case outside the club, and is now expected to appear in person in front of a three-man panel on Wednesday.
Speaking on the incident,PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor said: “We try to avoid situations like this wherever possible, but the player and the club have not been able to resolve the situation.”
Could this spiral the end of Balotelli’s stay at Manchester City.