AC Milan are finalising a deal to bring Mario Balotelli back to the San Siro and have modeled the striker's good behaviour clause on Italian Air Force disciplinary rules.
The loan deal is viewed as Balotelli's last chance by many, and AC Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliano aims to make sure he gets value for money by banning the controversial striker from having extravagant haircuts and clothes as part of a healthy lifestyle.
The 25-year-old is also banned from smoking, night clubs and must be on time for training, while his drinking will also be limited. Balotelli's use of social media will also be monitored, and his contract dictates he must not damage the image of the club.
The clause comes after year's of poor behaviour on and off the field while Balotelli didn't manage a single Premier League goal in a dismal season since he left Milan for Liverpool for £16m last summer.
Balotelli's return to AC Milan is awaiting confirmation after he passed his medical yesterda, if he can control his behaviour he still has a chance to live up to his early potential. If the Italy striker can put his reputation behind him we may see his best form.