GdS: Man City, Man Utd and Dortmund put forward offers for Milan wonderkid

By Oliver Fisher -

Clubs from abroad have been queueing up to try and sign Francesco Camarda from AC Milan and three of them put forward offers to the player, a report claims.

This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (seen below) reports that in the last week there was a very positive meeting between Milan and Camarda’s agents, potentially the most important one so far.

As a result, it is now quite likely that the 16-year-old will sign a multi-year contract with Milan in July, when he will be able to pen a deal until 2027 as opposed to now when he could only sign one until 2026 as per the regulations.

There has been a lot of interest from abroad and the paper states that Milan actually found an agreement with Camarda and his agents some time ago, but that was thrown into question when foreign clubs called offering a big contract.

Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United and Manchester City are the teams that put forward offers, but something worth mentioning is that Camarda could not even go to England straight away.

The post-Brexit rules mean that only players over 18 can arrive and be registered in England, but a three-way deal with another club would be possible, for example if City sent him to Girona or Palermo who are part of the ‘City Football Group’.

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