Mario Balotelli and trouble are synonyms nowadays as the Italian 25-year-old rarely makes the headlines for the right reasons. 

The Liverpool flop returned to his former club AC Milan on a loan for a season after a dismal season at Anfield and is apparently started doing the thing he loves to do – that is getting into trouble.

The Striker was signed by Liverpool last season and could not impress for the Reds and scored only one goal in the league and four in all competitions.

At the end of the season, he was loaned out by Liverpool to his former club AC Milan in order to get him back to is best. But the striker seems to be damaged in a way that cannot be overcome.

The striker has reportedly had his driving licence confiscated for overspeeding his car.

Reports in Italy say he was caught driving too fast near to his family home in Brescia last week.

The striker was, according to the report, driving his Lamborghini at over 90kmph in a residential area with a speed limit of 50kmph.

Balotelli’s loan deal with the Rossoneri consists an unusual clause that it can be terminated with immediate effect if the forward gets into any such circumstances which are unacceptable for them.

He reportedly told officers at the scene: “I’m sorry, but I hadn’t realised [that he had been driving so fast].”

It can be a bad news for Liverpool if the Italian side takes any action on the case and terminate his loan deal.

As Liverpool also did not register him, he cannot play for Reds until January even if Milan sends him back.

The future of the star is on doubts as he does not seem to improve his off-field activities. Only 25 now, the talented forward has a huge future left ahead of him and should now follow some discipline. It is not too late even now and he has to realize it.

    Snehanjan Banerjee closely follows English Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A along with other world football events.

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