GdS: Milan’s U23 side starts to take shape – Camarda, Ibra Junior and new signings

By Euan Burns -

AC Milan’s U23 side is starting to take shape ahead of the inaugural season in Serie C, with a spot in the league having opened up for the Rossoneri to claim.

As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, there is a lot of juggling to be done as the directors try and decide what the composition of the team should be and which players will be of most importance.

The coach Daniele Bonera and director Jovan Kirovski are working hard to assemble a squad and that means evaluating what youth players they want in the project, whilst also seeing what signings need to be made to supplement them.

It will be important to have a blend of Primavera stars and new players who have some experience playing in Serie C.

Noah Raveyre and Lapo Nava are expected to compete in goal, whilst defenders like Alex Jimenez, Davide Bartesaghi and Jan-Carlo Simic are expected to be involved as long as they are all still at the club. Marco Pellegrino could also be involved.

Further up the pitch, Kevin Zeroli, Diego Sia and Filippo Scotti will all be there, whilst Francesco Camarda is expected to lead the line and take the next step in his career.

Maximilian Ibrahimovic, the son of Zlatan, may also be an important player in the new team, along with some returning loanees/young players like Luka Romero, Chaka Traore and Marco Nasti.

In terms of transfers, Gabriele Minotti is expected to join from Giani Erminio and Foggia right-back Emmanuele Salines may also sign.

Tags AC Milan Francesco Camarda Milan U23

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  1. Honestly this U23 project will guarantee Milan’s future, and will provide the Club with a deep pool of players and even revenue streams, this way, we could buy young players, let them develop through the youth teams, have one or two good seasons with the U23 team, then go out on loan to a provincial serie’a or serie’b club, then return home and fight for a place in the senior team.
    With the U23 team it will be easier to get young prospects, who we could develop in a cool environment, and we could invest in them early without the risk of wasting money, and develop them in house, Milan knew about Zirkzee over 5 seasons ago, but we’re not brave enough to take him, now we will be spending €50 million plus commission to get him …

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