The 23-year-old left Manchester City and the Premier League last January for £19million but rumours suggested he could be set for a reunion with former Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho. But Allegri told AC Milan's official website: ""He will not leave in January. Absolutely not. I think Mario should be left in peace. It's not difficult to manage him. "There's far too much discussion of the man's private life. I think that Balotelli should be judged for what he does on the pitch like all other players." The controversial Italian has been in brilliant form since returning to Serie A but was substituted during Sunday's 3-2 defeat at Parma. "It happens that players play badly but if you are Mario then everything is blown out of proportion," Allegri added. "Mario didn't play well against Parma but I'm sure he will make amends against Lazio. He scored 12 goals in 13 games last year.
Balotelli is going nowhere insists AC Milan coach
talkSport | Oct 31