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Giacomo Bonaventura: Nobody talks about Balotelli in the dressing room


Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura is optimistic ahead of Saturday's big game against Juventus at home.

The Rossoneri have looked forward in the summer after selling Mario Balotelli to Liverpool and according to the 25-year-old, the Italian striker already belongs to the history of the club.

"I didn't hear anybody talk about him [Mario Balotelli] in the dressing room," the midfielder told the club's official website.

"The feelings [ahead of the Juventus game] are positive, we already registered two wins and we're playing well.

"We play at home but Juventus is incredibly strong, the strongest of the league.

"The manager [Filippo Inzaghi] is just like one of us.

"I've only been here for a short period of time but I already see how united the squad is where everyone is eager to do well."

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