Brescia has unveiled Mario Balotelli after signing the striker on a free transfer.
The Ex-Liverpool and Manchester City striker made an emotional return to his hometown club today, August 19, to also mark his return to Serie A after a three-year absence.
The Italian striker will wear the No 45 shirt he also donned for Liverpool and Manchester City.
During his unveliing, the 29-year-old who moved to Brescia at the age of two from Palermo revealed that his mother cried when he told her he was joining hometown club, Brescia.
'My mum cried initially when I told her that I might be going to Brescia ... she was very happy.'
Balotelli who arrives at Brescia on a free transfer after his contract with Marseille expired, added: 'I have zero fear of failing ... I'm fine, very calm.'
Before his latest move, Balotelli played for Inter Milan, Manchester City, AC Milan, Liverpool, Nice, and Marseille.