Photo: Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli vows to ‘come back stronger’

Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli insists he will keep believing

Social Spy
By Social Spy
Mario Balotelli puts on his serious face Photo: Mario Balotelli/Instagram

Mario Balotelli has vowed to come back stronger as the Liverpool striker looks to fight for his Liverpool future.

The Italy international made his return from a recent groin problem at Old Trafford after Brendan Rodgers introduced the striker as a half-time substitute.

The 24-year-old wasn’t part of the Liverpool squad for Wednesday night’s 3-1 win against Bournemouth in the Capital One Cup.

However, the £16m signing is determined to get through his current tricky patch, uploading a defiant Instagram post.

“Good afternoon. We will always Belive and always come Back stronger,” Balotelli wrote.

Balotelli has failed to score in the Premier League for Liverpool after he completed a £16m move to the Reds from AC Milan in the summer transfer window.

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