Mario Balotelli aimed a parting shot at life in England during preparations for his first game as an AC Milan player.
Asked at a press conference what he had not liked about England, he replied: "The press first. The weather. The food. The way that you drive."
He said he had few happy memories of his experience in England, including: "My team mates, my manager. That's the good things."
And the player did not rule out a return to England at some point in the future:
"To be honest, the Premier League is an amazing league and I think it's the best, and the crowd and the pitches. .. so I don't know for the future if I could go back or not."
Former Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has told the Italian media that he will not miss much about life in England following his recent move to AC Milan.
The 22-year-old said: "Good things (about England)? Only when I get to Carrington to train, so my team-mates and manager.
"Bad things? Everything else - press, weather, food, the way you drive."
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.
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