1 / 7 Mario Balotelli celebrates scoring against Liverpool on the final day of Euro 2016, but he did have to make do with a new card.
The new card for the 2014/15 season was a standard Euro 2016 season card, and the new one was released at a cost of €60.
It is designed to be used at a variety of retailers, but it also comes with a €100 value-added tax.
It also comes in a variety to match the number of days in the season and the season-ticket holder.
It was also the first season-card for the Italian national team, which was introduced in 2016.
Balotelli, who scored the winning goal against Liverpool, bought the card in January 2017.
He said he was “disappointed” by the price, but did not see it as an unfair competition.
“I’m happy that I can play for my country, but the only reason I bought it is because it’s a good card for my team,” he said.
“There’s no reason to be upset with it.”
He said he expected the card would be popular with players, although he had not yet received a request for it.
Baloti, who signed for the Premier League side in 2016, has been linked with a move to Liverpool in recent months.