AC Milan’s youth sector striker Francesco Camarda is once again doing the rounds on social media amid news that he has been training and even scoring with the Primavera.
The 14-year-old Camarda has really been capturing the imagination and causing a lot of excitement when it first emerged how good his record has been for the various age groups of the Rossoneri’s academy system.
Sciabolata Morbida‘s revelation on Twitter last year went viral as he highlighted that the then-13-year-old striker scored 247 goals in 40 games in 2017-18, 172 goals in 31 games in 2018-19 and 64 goals in 16 games in 2019-20 for a total of 483 goals in 87 games, at 5.5 average goals per game.
Ignazio Abate, Milan’s Primavera (U19) head coach welcomed Camarda to his squad as one of three new players who got a taste of training at that level in the past few days, along with two 15-year-olds named Mattia Liberali and Nirash Perera.
Camarda also recently made his debut for Italy U15s and he scored a hat trick within 23 minutes against Latvia. He played a friendly against Solbiatese a few days ago, who are in Eccellenza (5th division of the Italian football pyramid), and playing with and against players much older than him he scored twice.
👀 Francesco Camarda looks like one for the future. He scored two goals for the Primavera in a friendly last week, aged 14…
— SempreMilan 🏆 (@SempreMilanCom) December 22, 2022
Reminds me of Batistuta, nice positioning, great killer instinct and have powerfull shoots too
Just remind yourself to renew his contract
Hope that Real Madrid, PSG, munich, city or Mu not looking at this wonder.
Milan must treat this boy carefully. Don’t listen to glory hunter fans who keeps asking “Milan must put this and that primavera player in the first team as soon as possible!”.
Just let this boy develop and flourish naturally without unnecessary pressure. When the times come, then he can join the first team.
When the time comes P$G or ₵ity will arrive with a bunch of money and the boy will sign his first professional contract with them.
what 14 yo boy in the first team? he will get injured after playing some matches.
give him an iron clad contract, like a 10year contract! lol.
seriously, we need to lock down our talents.
Yes, one can never be too careful in a situation like this. As has already been said, such a talent needs to develop and flourish naturally, organically, without extemporaneous and unnecessary pressures and anxieties.