Mario Balotelli has dropped his appeal against a two-week fine by Manchester City.
The Italian striker disputed the club's decision to fine him £340,000 for a series of disciplinary breaches and his lawyers were due to present their case at a Premier League tribunal on Wednesday.
However, that was scrapped after the 22-year-old agreed to drop the action and pay up.
"After amicable talks between the parties, as a sign of respect for Roberto Mancini, the supporters and the club, Mario Balotelli has chosen to accept a two week fine levied upon him by the club and withdraw his disciplinary appeal, which was due to be heard by a Premier League panel today," read a Manchester City statement.
"Mario remains available for selection for all forthcoming fixtures."
Balotelli was punished after missing 11 competitive matches through suspension last season as a result of three red cards - one from the previous campaign - and one retrospective punishment.
He also courted controversy for numerous off-field matters and, having endured a difficult start to this season, has seen his future at the Etihad Stadium called into question.