Francesco Camarda’s rise continues to attract a lot of attention, and the AC Milan management know that securing his future long-term is a priority.
Today’s edition of Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan) takes stock of the issue of renewals at Milan including that of Mike Maignan but also Camarda, who is now a fully established part of Ignazio Abate’s Primavera side despite being just 15.
In March, when Camarda reaches the age of 16, Milan will enter into discussions with the entourage of the striker knowing that he is already being looked at by many top European clubs.
For the Rossoneri they see it as very important to try and tie down Camarda, given the obvious potential he has to become not just the No.9 of the future – with the right patience – but also one of the future beacons for Italy.
Until March though the teenager will continue focusing on the field and on scoring goals to help Abate and his side.