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Mario Balotelli 3 rules AC Milan have given striker

AC Milan have banned some of Mario Balotelli's mavericks, like his extravagant haircuts and clothing

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  play Balotelli has signed for AC Milan (Buzz/Press Association Images)
  play Mario Balotelli has been told to quit his eccentric lifestyle (PR/SMP)

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AC Milan know the baggage their new signing Mario Balotelli comes with, so they have included a good behaviour clause inserted into his contract.

The striker yesterday signed a one-year loan deal with AC Milan after leaving last year for Liverpool.

This clause bans some of Balotelli's mavericks like his extravagant haircuts and clothing and also to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

According to Italian sports daily AC Milan's chief executive Adriano Galliani copied the clause from regulations of the Italian air force to keep the eccentric Balotelli in check.

  play Balotelli have been told to stop his mavarick hairstyles (Getty Images)


These are five rules that have been set for Balotelli

1. Club Image

The striker must not damage the image of the club in any way.

2. Social Media

Balotelli's social media account like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram posts will be closely monitored.

3. Lifestyle

He will be banned from extravagant haircuts and clothing, from smoking and from visiting nightclubs and must turn up on time to training. His drinking will also be limited.

Watch the striker's skills and goals for Liverpool:

The highlights of Mario Balotelli's best moments for Liverpool

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