Balotelli left Manchester City in January for the Diavolo and he’s netted four goals in four games for his new club.
“I’m seeing a great Balotelli,” Prandelli told QS. “He is a player regenerated by the fact that he is close to his family again.”
Not only can Prandelli now keep a closer eye on the striker, he can also see him in action alongside promising Italian forward Stephan El Shaarawy.
“As the national team boss, I have to be delighted to see Balotelli and El Shaarawy playing alongside each other,” he added. “They are not incompatible.”