Balotelli would have to have some victim complex to think that after being charged for stamping on Scott Parker, a reprehensible act which drew widespread condemnation.
If he did leave, he would be unlikely to be missed after a controversial stint in the Premier League.
“I think he feels persecuted; he cannot go on like that,” agent Mino Raiola told BBC Radio 5 Live.
“We had a very clear image of his career at the beginning and I have told the press openly Mario will have to stay at Manchester City for at least three or four years, helping the club on this important project and grow as a man and a player.
“Obviously if he’s being banned every three or four games for one reason or another we cannot go on like that and there needs to be an end to that.
“So if that’s the case and English referees and the English FA would like Mario to go out of England then we would take that seriously in consideration, even if that’s not and was not our intention.”
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