Reds supporters do not seem overly disappointed by the striker's comments.
The Italy striker joined AC Milan - who sold him to the Reds for £16 million in August 2014 - on a season-long loan, but it has proven a testing campaign in San Siro which has resulted in just one league goal from 17 Serie A appearances - only five of which were starts.
"Plus, Milan have the money to buy me. I've played well in my last two games and there are six left for me to prove what I can do."
The 25-year-old's long-term future at Anfield was doubted after Jurgen Klopp replaced manager Brendan Rodgers - the man brought him to Merseyside - back in October.
Even Christian Benteke has struggled to win the German's affections as far as team selections go, meaning Balotelli is unlikely to feature heavily in Klopp's plans.
Indeed, Balotelli has certainly failed to justify the hype surrounding his signing 18 months back, and Liverpool fans were not overly saddened by the striker's latest revelation regarding his future.
So today I heard that Balotelli doesn't want to come back and Skrtel is considering leaving. Boss tha.— Dylan (@Dylan_LFC99) April 18, 2016
Balotelli: I was not happy at Liverpool. #LFC fans: we don't really care— liverpoolfcgram (@liverpoolfcgram) April 18, 2016
Balotelli says he doesn't want to go back to Liverpool in the summer....I expect the feeling is completely mutual old fruit....— Peter Wheaton (@wheaton_peter) April 18, 2016
I'm done with Balotelli now. Thanks for the "Man Utd... LOL" tweet, but goodbye now x— queen bee (@diasporational) April 18, 2016
with the squad we have, I don't think we need Balotelli... we already have Benteke to offload #LFC— KloppInFullVice (@KopInFullVoice) April 18, 2016
Balotelli: "I was not happy at Liverpool and I don't want to go back there."— NoMessinGegenPressin (@WarriorLFC) April 18, 2016
I don't think you'd even make the bench now mate. #LFC
Our squad would be effected, if Balotelli returns in the summer.— LiverpoolFC Talk (@g7paul) April 18, 2016
His attitude just would not wash with Klopp.
Rather let him go on a free.
Balotelli wasn't happy and doesn't want to come back to #LFC well that's good because we don't want him back— Chris Kelly (@BigChrisLFC34) April 18, 2016
No need Coming Back Self; No Chance For Him. "@LFCFansCorner: Balotelli: "I was not happy at Liverpool and I don't want to go back there.""— Ife (LFC) (@AmOgbeni_Ife) April 18, 2016
Balotelli doesn't want to return to Liverpool. That's one problem solved. #LFC— Zaid Mir (@Zaidmir7) April 18, 2016
Imagine balotelli trying to play klopp's style of football… #LFC— liverpoolfcgram (@liverpoolfcgram) April 18, 2016
The problem for Liverpool is whether Milan want to sign him on a permanent basis, and with a less than impressive goal return this season, CEO Adriano Galliani might well pass up the opportunity - and few could blame him.