Last week, Marwood said Balotelli “does not set a good example,” but SuperMario’s response was short and not remotely sweet.
“I don’t want to talk about this and I don’t give a damn what he said.”
“Do I earn too much to come to Milan? I don’t know. Right now I am at Manchester, even if certain people for some reason like to say things to the papers and not to my face. I am happy in Manchester and get on well with my teammates.
“Everyone tries to put some sort of problem between us, but I get along very well with Roberto Mancini. He cares for me and I care for him.
“I feel very important for this Nazionale, but we all do. If we want to do well in the World Cup then we have to feel like a team.
“Am I happy with my life? Very.”