Mario Balotelli sports Liverpool-inspired tattoo

Liverpool signing Mario Balotelli shows off his Reds-inspired tattoo, let's hope it isn't permanent!

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Mario Balotelli appears to be enjoying life at Liverpool after the Reds striker posted a picture of him sporting a Liverbird tattoo.

The Italy international signed a long-term deal with the 18-time English champions on Monday evening after Liverpool agreed a £16m deal with AC Milan for the controversial striker.

Balotelli, who scored 30 goals in 54 Serie A appearances for Milan, is expected to feature for his new club against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane next Sunday.

And the 24-year-old forward took to his Instagram to show off a Liverpool-inspired tattoo, which unfortunately, isn’t permeanent!

Balotelli was part of Manchester City’s title-winning side in 2012.


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