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Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli's agent has said that his client's unsellable before, but he is now untouchable. The Italian had an excellent Euro 2012 after emerging as one of the top scorers with three goals in the competition.

He also helped Italy qualify for the final of the competition, although he could not prevent Spain from romping to a 4-0 victory in the final of the competition. It was said during the final few months of the last Premier league campaign that Manchester city would be interested in selling the Italian, who has caused a lot of troubles at Eastlands.

However, his contribution to the team in the final few matches off campaign has changed the outlook and the future of the Italian striker according to his agent. He is regarded as one of the best talents in world football, but due to the attitude problem even Roberto Mancini was thought to be interested in selling him. However, the Manchester City manager recently announced that he has no problem with Mario Balotelli. The striker is expected to begin the new season in the top form alongside striker Sergio Aguero according to his agent. He has also ruled out the possibility of Manchester city selling the 21-year-old.

"Unsellable before; now untouchable. The sheikhs [at Man City] are completely convinced in the Balo brand; he should become one of the strongest players in the world," said Mario Balotelli's agent in a recent interview. The departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic from AC Milan was thought to be one of the reasons for Mario Balotelli to be linked with a move to Italy. However, his agent has said that AC Milan will not be able to afford the transfer fee of Mario Balotelli, who is expected to cost around £ 50 million.