As Mario Balotelli leaves England for Milan, we look back at the striker's finest moments.
Mario Balotelli's Manchester City future is in doubt after he was photographed in a training-ground bust-up with manager Roberto Mancini.
Italy striker Mario Balotelli is perhaps the biggest threat to England on Sunday. But as a Man City player he's familiar to the England team
David Beckham stole the show on transfer deadline day after he signed for Paris St Germain and promised to donate his entire salary to charity.
Among the other big movers were:
Mario Balotelli: Earlier, Manchester City confirmed Balotelli had completed his move to AC Milan. Milan said Balotelli has signed a four-and-a-half year contract - the fee is understood to be £19million, rising to £22million.
Chris Samba: Samba joined the QPR from Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala for a record fee.
Nacho Monreal: Arsenal managed to complete the signing of Spanish defender Monreal on a 'long-term contract' for an undisclosed fee from Malaga just before the window closed.
Danny Graham: Sunderland swooped for a new striker, completing the signing of Graham from Swansea for £5million.
AC Milan has started selling Mario Balotelli shirts ahead of his proposed move from Manchester City.
AC Milan director Umberto Gandini says the Italian club have reached a deal to sign Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli.
"Transfer agreement for Balotelli signed with Manchester City. Medicals tomorrow in Milan, then personal terms until 2017 signing."
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli is playing for the club's under-21 team this afternoon.
The Italian international striker played 20 minutes of City's FA Cup victory against Watford on Saturday, just days after his fallout with manager Roberto Mancini.
Asked as he left training what he thought about his manager Roberto Mancini, Mario Balotelli told ITV News' Stephen Douglas: "Asked somebody else."
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has told reporters at a pre-match new conference that his spat with striker Mario Balotelli was "nothing special" and the photographs published of the incident make it look worse than it was.
Roberto Mancini told a pre-match press conference: "I will give Mario a hundred chances. Things like this can happen at any club."
Speaking at a pre-match press conference Roberto Mancini says "Mario is Mario" but he needs to change. He also confirmed he has no plans to sell the striker.