Francesco Camarda is now gaining a knack for scoring incredible goals, and he added another to his catalogue during yesterday’s game between Milan Primavera and Sassuolo.
As Calciomercato.com writes, Camarda didn’t get too big for his boots after his debut in Serie A with Milan, in which he broke the record for being the youngest debutant ever in the league.
Instead, he is keeping his head down and working hard, game after game. Against Sassuolo he scored another brace but they were not enough to achieve a win because the Rossoneri surrendered a three-goal lead late in the game.
Comparisons at this age are never too genuine but seeing Camarda play they come to mind almost spontaneously. The second goal against Sassuolo was reminiscent of Marco van Basten’s masterpiece against Real Madrid in 1989: a curling header at the far post.
In exactly one month Camarda will turn 16 which is an important date also for Milan because the signing of the first professional contract is already scheduled.
It will be for three years (the maximum established by the regulation), but the source mentions that Borussia Dortmund and Manchester City are tracking Camarda and thus this is an important move to lock down his future.