Flamboyant striker Balotelli, 22, fell out of favour with the national team following his lack of action at Manchester City, but he has hit the ground running at the San Siro, with four goals in his first four matches for the Rossoneri.
“I’m seeing a great Balotelli,” Prandelli told QS. “He has been revitalised by being back close to his family.
“As Italy coach I have to be delighted with how well he and Stephan El-Shaarawy are playing together.
“They are not incompatible.”