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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Agent fails to dismiss Balotelli exit talk

Mario Balotelli's habit of international goals will be needed for Italy to claim a fifth World Cup title.
Mario Balotelli is currently on international duty with Italy at the World Cup.

Mario Balotelli's agent Mino Raiola has failed to rule out an AC Milan exit for his client amid reports that the striker is on his way to Arsenal.

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Balotelli, currently on international duty with Italy at the World Cup, has been linked with a move away from Milan, with the Serie A club believed to want the player off their wage bill.

A number of sides from around Europe, including the Gunners, have been credited with an interest, and Raiola told Sky Sports that Arsene Wenger's team are one of the few who could realistically afford the former Manchester City man.

"Arsenal is a fantastic club in London," he said.

"Only 10 clubs in the world maximum could afford Mario -- like all premium players and he is one of the greatest.

"I won't make any further comment until after the transfer window closes."

Balotelli, who joined Milan from City in January, notched 14 Serie A goals last season.

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