Francesco Camarda has attracted the interest of several big clubs in Europe, including Man City. However, the youngster will soon sign his first professional contract with AC Milan, which is a dream of his.
The 15-year-old has come through the youth ranks of Milan and was promoted to the Primavera side this summer after scoring a ton of goals. He has started the season well with three goals in four games, setting a record in the process.
In fact, Camarda became the youngest player to score in the UEFA Youth League as he bagged a brace against Newcastle. As reported by Calciomercato.com, Milan will give him his first professional contract when he turns 16 in March and the length will be three years (the maximum allowed at his age).
Camarda dreams of making his debut for Milan at San Siro and will continue to work towards that goal. The first professional contract is just a milestone along the way, not faced by the interest of the likes of Man City and Borussia Dortmund, as the report concludes.