MN: Why Milan have no worries regarding Camarda despite media speculation

By Ben Dixon -

After his 16th birthday on Sunday, Francesco Camarda is now eligible to sign his first professional contract. Whilst several teams are interested in snatching his services away from AC Milan, the Rossoneri are confident he will remain at the club. 

With Camarda turning 16 this season, there has been an increased interest in the youngster from Italian and international clubs for several reasons. Primarily, he has an incredible record at the youth levels, which is causing such intrigue, but he has also shown that he is doing enough to have appeared for Milan at a senior level.

However, regardless of the interest in him, the Rossoneri are heavily confident of him extending his stay at the club, per MilanNews. Truthfully, they have been for some time and have already set out a plan of action to continue his development at the club.

The timing of his renewal is still to be decided, though. There are two options for this: firstly, offer him a deal as soon as possible, until 2026 (the maximum for 16-year-olds is a contract for two seasons). Alternatively, the Diavolo may wait until the summer to make the most of the two-season rule and offer him a deal which stretches until 2027, when he will be 19, giving the club an extra year to negotiate another deal if they need.

Ultimately, the decision is down to Camarda, but with his links to Milan strong, the club remain in pole position to sign Camarda.

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  1. Its disrespect to the player to much salary if he sign now?he can just sign now (until june 2025) then can sign again this summer until 2026 for same salary, no rules indicate they cannot do that but just because club want save money, need to wait until summer..

    1. That’s the tale that is being spinned for the fans. There’s no real reason to wait, unless the parties haven’t found yet the agreement.

      Why they haven’t found the agreement? Because other teams are trying to get a freebie, and offer to his agent and him probably more money than what he’ll get at Milan.

      Maybe the agent already has decided that Camarda will move to another club but is stalling until summer so that Camarda can continue playing regularly as opposed to being benched.

    1. He probably has some feelings for the club due to him and his brother playing there but to think he is a milanista after holding the club for ransom he is not in a position to call himself a milanista any longer as i percieve it and quite frankly he is probably the most hated former player in milans club history and rightfully so.

      1. i mean.. nowdays everybody can claim to be Milanista even they stab the club from behind (Gigio, Kessie etc) even they mock it’s glory, history & legends, they flooding the fan base like cockroach

        1. im not disagreeing here at all ,no question there as i m pretty much a lifelong fan of the club for 3/4 of it and who is now in my mid 40ies, i would kill to play in san siro in a red and black striped shirt and no salary would sway that. Thats a fans heart, not money or trophies that decides it but what you can do for it, at least thats how i percieves it and how much money do we really need to live a decent life begin with.

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