Explaining Camarda’s contract situation at Milan after another wondergoal

By Isak Möller -

Francesco Camarda scored AC Milan Primavera’s second goal in the 3-2 win against Paris Saint-Germain earlier today. It was an acrobatic finish from the youngster and many fans have been asking about his contract situation. 

Since Camarda is still just 15 years old, he doesn’t have a professional contract with Milan. This admittedly leaves the Rossoneri quite vulnerable as several top clubs have expressed their interest lately, from Borussia Dortmund to Man City.

However, as has been reported by many sources including Calciomercato.com and MilanNews, Milan are already in talks with the agents of Camarda. When he turns 16, which he will do in March, he will be able to sign a three-year contract with the club.

Milan are confident that they can lock the promising striker down and reports suggest that the youngster himself dreams of playing for the Rossoneri’s first team. Despite the interest of many clubs, therefore, the red and black fans don’t have to be too worried.

In the video below, you can take a look at Camarda’s wondergoal against PSG earlier today. The French side managed to tie the game 2-2, but then Diego Sia scored a 94th-minute winner.

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    1. Even at the age of 16 he would need a dispensation from the figc which donnarumma also had to get when he debuted for us at that age,

  1. “The youngster himself dreams of playing for the Rossoneri’s first team.”

    His only hope is that Pioli gets replaced soon enough and Milan changes the policy of “F*** ITALIANS, BUY ABROAD!!!”. Otherwise he’ll follow Colombo’s path.

  2. If I were his agent, I’d tell him to get out of Milan on the first available flight. The Milan management is a dreadful mess, and almost NOBODY from the junior teams, no matter how much promise they show, ends up playing for the first team. Borussia Dortmund, on the other hand, have an amazing track record of nurturing young talent.

    It might make the difference between him ending up as Jude Bellingham, or as Emil Roback.

  3. I think we need to draw a distinction between the standard Primavera product and some of the current crop.

    We don’t just want the players to be homegrown but also genuinely good.

    A group of players younger than their competition who sweep all before them is different to what there has been in the past.

    I suspect there are a number off the current squad that we’ll have a look at.

    There is then Camarda who is something else again.

    This issue is getting the right number of high level minutes into him so that he can just come off the bench. It’s way too early for that.

    He was spotted in discussion with Monza manager. Hopefully they’re looking at a loan. If we can set up the right loan there isn’t really anyone better placed to get him the minutes. He’s not going to be playing much as a 16 yo at City or Dortmund.

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