Juventus star Mario Balotelli has reportedly turned down a contract offer from Inter Milan.
The Italy international has been a revelation for the Bianconeri, scoring 23 goals in 33 appearances, including a brace against Udinese last week.
However, he has also been linked with a return to Inter Milan, where he has scored four goals in his last six Serie A appearances.
Balotelli, 29, has been linked to the likes of AC Milan, Juventus and Manchester City, but Juventus are reportedly ready to offload the attacking midfielder, with interest from Inter and AC Milan among those on the cards.
Inter Milan have made a £20m offer for Balotellini, who was one of Italy’s top performers at the World Cup last summer.
Inter are keen to sell the former Barcelona midfielder to bolster their attacking options, but there is a chance Balotella could move to a rival club and join up with the national side in the summer.
Inter have also reportedly held talks with Juventus over a deal, according to Sky Sport Italia, but they are reportedly prepared to wait for the arrival of the Serie A champions’ star player.
Balotelli, who scored his first goal in the Champions League against PSG on Tuesday, has scored 17 goals in 34 appearances this term.