Mario Balotelli was stopped from entering Brescia’s training ground this morning as his relationship with the club soured further.
Footage from an Italian journalist showed Balotelli walk up to the club’s entrance before being told he had to leave.
According to report, the ex-Man City striker was turned away because his medical certificate was not valid until tomorrow.
Players need this in order to train.
This latest incident follows claims that the 29-year-old had been sacked by the club following a bust-up with president Massimo Cellino.
It was reported that his contract with Brescia was set to be terminated at the end of the 2019/20 campaign.
But according to Football Italia, he has now been given his marching orders after missing ten days of training.
La Gazzetta claim no legal action will take place as the agreement was reached with Balotelli’s lawyers.
The 29-year-old caused a stir when he started missing training sessions when lockdown restrictions were eased.
He put his absence down to stomach problems, but reports revealed he was spotted training alone.