Italian striker Mario Balotelli told his friends to take anything they wanted from his three million pound-Cheshire home except for his pants, during a 'farewell' party at his home amid reports of his move from Manchester City to AC Milan.
An inside source at the Man City said that Balotelli gave away a lot of his designer clothes and football memorabilia like his football boots, footballs and City t-shirts to his friends at the party, the Sun reports.
According to reports, the player bid goodbye to his team-mates and City staff when he arrived for training at the club and also signed a shirt for coach Brian Kidd.
Balotelli is soon expected to fly to Italy for a medical check-up with AC Milan just three years after leaving their arch-rivals Inter Milan for Manchester in a 24 million pound-move.
Recently, City boss Roberto Mancini was involved in a furious spat with Balotelli after he attacked a team-mate in training.
Balotelli had scored 20 goals in 54 league appearances for City, winning the Premier League and the FA Cup. (ANI)