CM: Chaka, Coubis, Scotti and Camarda – the talents Milan are betting on for the future

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are constantly looking to the future given their project involves the growth of young talent, and there are some players in the current youth sector that are potential gems for years to come. begin a report by stating that Chaka Traorè is certainly the strongest player in Milan’s Primavera team. Stefano Pioli is following his development with great attention, so much so that there is great anticipation for his first call-up.

Another name to follow carefully is that of Hugo Cuenca, a Paraguayan midfielder born in 2005 who has shown great dribbling and excellent vision so far, even if he has had some muscle issues.

The 2004-born left-back Bozzolan has improved a lot and has a mentality that can take him to the first team, and then Bakoune on the other side of the defence has had some senior playing time already in friendlies.

Midfielder Victor Eletu is another one to watch, fresh from his first professional contract and called up to Nigeria’s U20 team, then there is the centre-back Andrei Coubis (who has already spent time with the first team), midfielder Gabriele Alesi and forward Youns El Hilali .

Filippo Scotti is a diamond in which Milan strongly believes for the future, having already become a star of Italy’s U16 side with whom he scored a brace against Hungary. He will soon be integrated into the Primavera squad.

Mattia Liberali was only born in 2007 but he has a bright future ahead of him as a winger, having scored three goals in four games at the Toulon Tournament, two of which were excellent against England and the United States with the number 10 shirt on his back.

Who could be the ‘next Donnnarumma’? The current feeling is that Alessandro Longoni – a goalkeeper born in 2008 – is another name that the club are strongly betting on for the future.

Then there is Francesco Camarda, who has more than 400 goals in his career with the various youth sectors at Milan and scored two goals on debut for Primavera in a friendly against Solbiatese. He lives for goals and has an incredible mentality despite being 14, and he will be nurtured.

Tags AC Milan Adam Bakoune Andrea Bozzolan Chaka Traoré Filippo Scotti Francesco Camarda Gabriele Alesi Hugo Cuenca Mattia Liberali Victor Eletu Youns El Hilali


  1. Traore and Bozzolan are already 18. Perhaps they should be promoted the 1st team? That way they can pick up some minutes off the bench and gain experience. Bozzolan would be particularly useful as an LB. Traore, if he is truly as talented as they say, could be Leao’s heir in a couple of seasons, but he needs first team/Serie A minutes. If all goes well Leao renews and then is sold for max value in 2024 at age 25, therefore satisfying both parties, and Traore steps into the role.

    1. I don’t think they are ready to play for the first team, but they should definitely get loaned out to serie B teams and get experience playing against grown men.
      Look at Colombo’s development. Unlike Daniel Maldini. Paolo did his son disservice by keeping him with Milan instead of loaning him out a year or 2 earlier. Now he is 21 and has barely had any experience of real game time.

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