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Will "bad boy" Balotelli's return help his boss Berlusconi?

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A fan flanks soccer player Mario Balotelli of Italy as Balotelli arrives at the AC Milan medical centre in Busto Arsizio near Milan January 30, 2013. Balotelli, the hot-tempered forward who had been playing for Manchester City, is poised to sign for AC Milan, the club owned by the former prime minister vying for a political comeback. REUTERS/Stringer

A fan flanks soccer player Mario Balotelli of Italy as Balotelli arrives at the AC Milan medical centre in Busto Arsizio near Milan January 30, 2013. Balotelli, the hot-tempered forward who had been playing for Manchester City, is poised to sign for AC Milan, the club owned by the former prime minister vying for a political comeback. REUTERS/Stringer
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STRINGER/ITALY

Fans flanks soccer player Mario Balotelli (C) of Italy as Balotelli arrives at the AC Milan medical centre in Busto Arsizio near Milan January 30, 2013. Balotelli, the hot-tempered forward who had been playing for Manchester City, is poised to sign for AC Milan, the club owned by the former prime minister vying for a political comeback. REUTERS/Stringer

Fans flanks soccer player Mario Balotelli (C) of Italy as Balotelli arrives at the AC Milan medical centre in Busto Arsizio near Milan January 30, 2013. Balotelli, the hot-tempered forward who had been playing for Manchester City, is poised to sign for AC Milan, the club owned by the former prime minister vying for a political comeback. REUTERS/Stringer
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Soccer player Mario Balotelli of Italy arrives at the AC Milan medical centre in Busto Arsizio near Milan January 30, 2013. Balotelli, the hot-tempered forward who had been playing for Manchester City, is poised to sign for AC Milan, the club owned by the former prime minister vying for a political comeback. REUTERS/Stringer

Soccer player Mario Balotelli of Italy arrives at the AC Milan medical centre in Busto Arsizio near Milan January 30, 2013. Balotelli, the hot-tempered forward who had been playing for Manchester City, is poised to sign for AC Milan, the club owned by the former prime minister vying for a political comeback. REUTERS/Stringer
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