Premier League rich boys, Manchester City will hold more talks with Inter Milan striker Mario Balotelli on Monday.
Manchester City, backed by billionaire Arab owners are trying to add the teenage striker to their squad, but have yet to come to an agreement with both Inter and the player.
According to reports in Italy, City have lowered their offer for Balotelli from an initial €30million (£25m) to €27m (£22.5m) and they are also yet to meet the 19-year-old’s personal demands.
Balotelli’s agent has revealed that the player is becoming “anxious” regarding the failure to finalise a move and discussions now appear to be on hold until after the weekend.
Moratti confirmed that no agreement is yet in place, but he remains prepared to let Balotelli leave Inter for the right price.
“For Balotelli to go to Man City, we are still missing an agreement with the club,” Moratti told Sky Italia.
“We will probably talk about this on Monday to try and find a definite agreement with the English side.”