AC Milan are making a move for Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli.

The Sun says Balotelli will tomorrow face his current employers at a Premier League tribunal after being charged with misconduct and hit with a fine of £340,000.

The punishment was dished out by the champs due to his on-field indiscipline last season, which saw the Italian banned for 11 of their 54 games.

Balotelli has chosen to fight it - and in doing so puts a further question mark over his future with the transfer window re-opening in a fortnight.

Serie A giants Milan are monitoring the situation closely and will have cash to spend if they can shift ex-City forward Robinho or Alexandre Pato.

Super Mario's old club Inter are also interested, but neither are likely to meet City's £24million asking price or match his £170,000-a-week wages.