Balotelli, who Raiola believes is worth €100m in today's market, would be available on a free transfer and his agent claims he has already been talking to suitors on the striker's behalf.
"Mario is ready to come back [to Italy or England], Raiola told Italian broadcaster RAI.
"He has matured and is one of the top ten attackers to the world, and the number one Italian. He is worth €100m, but will move for nothing," the agent added.
"Milan? No, because [sporting director Massimiliano] Mirabelli is there and I cannot talk to him, I'm not at his level."
The often controversial forward scored 17 goals in 28 appearances in all competitions for the French club in his debut year. This season, the 27-year-old has been his prolific, netting 21 times in 29 appearances so far, the first time he has ever gone over 20 in a single campaign.
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