The temperamental forward is currently on Euro 2012 duty with the Azzurri, and scored the side’s second goal against Republic of Ireland in the final Group C fixture.
At club level Balotelli has delighted and frustrated boss Roberto Mancini in equal measures in recent times, with reports linking him with a return to his homeland after moments of ill-discipline.
Despite the Rossoneri being an admirer of the forward, Galliani has stated that Balotelli will most probably stay with the Premier League champions.
“I have many desires. In all probability, it will remain a dream to see him (Balotelli) with the Rossoneri,” he told Sky Sport Italia, translated by English by Sky Sports.
Milan are revamping their ageing squad this summer after losing the Serie A title to Juventus in 2011-12, with a number of older players leaving the side.
However, Galliani concluded by stating that Robinho would stay with the team, and that former superstar Kaka will not be coming back to the San Siro.
“Robinho is fine at Milan. We want to keep. He will stay with us.
“Kaka will not come back to us,” he confessed.
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