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."
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