Vitiello: ‘Categorically denied’ – Camarda’s entourage ‘furious’ over commission rumours

By Ben Dixon -

Before and after AC Milan starlet Francesco Camarda turned 16, questions were rife regarding when he would sign his first senior contract at the club. However, recently, there have been rumours regarding some of the supposed details of the deal, which have left his entourage ‘furious’.

For a significant amount of time, there have been no doubts about Camarda’s Milan renewal, and the club have had a plan in place for an extended period due to the interest in him. However, there has been speculation about the demands attached to a deal.

Earlier this week, a report suggested that the youngster had requested an annual wage of €2 million, and his agent, Beppe Riso, wanted €10m in commission fees, which are absurd figures considering the amount of senior football he has played.

Today, it has been reported that the situation is at a standstill, but this is not due to money but rather the current timing. Reports have suggested that the Rossoneri will wait until the end of the season to sit down for talks with him, and considering this could give them security in the future, this is by no means a bad thing.

In his latest YouTube video (seen below), Antonio Vitiello of MilanNews has stated that Camarda’s entourage are ‘furious’ with the reports suggesting they have asked for such a large commission and have ‘categorically denied’ the rumours.

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    1. Yup, today the news is that even Bayern is in the dance. I wonder why his agent didn’t ask or clarify the project that Milan had for Camarda in the past year. Maybe because if the agent had done so, Camarda would never have played in Serie A this year or maybe even in the U19 or the UEFA Youth League. Instead of him, we should have played someone that has actually signed the contract.

    2. It actually isn’t true as his agents and family members can’t profit from his contract until he’s 18. The buzz about bonuses or other forms of compensation from foreign suitors is untrue since they’d be illegal.

  1. There are many ways of circumventing that. The signing fees that Raiola got from Milan for Rodrigo Ely and Didac Vila were more than the entire value of those players.

    Raiola was employed simultaneously by Pogba, Juventus and Manchester United during the 100 mill Pogba sale to M.U.

    Also we gave Donnaruma’s brother 1 mill per year as 3rd GK, or Kaka’s brother (Digao iirc) 2mill… or Seedorf’s brother.

    So yeah, agents and family can’t profit and it’s illegal *wink wink*

  2. How does asking for the commission get squared with the kid who brought pastries to training and who purchased tickets for his family rather than asking the club for them?

    Why is Milan not offering a deal that could otherwise be agreed?

    If you’re looking at this objectively how are you not asking yourself whether the kid really wants to commit more of his future to a system at Milan that doesn’t know how to nature talent from the junior system into a senior side?

    What do we know is up in the air but could bridge some of the gap in the next few months? That’d be the U23 side.

    My guess is that Camarda doesn’t commit to the longer deal unless the U23 side goes through. Milan can’t offer the deal it wants if it doesn’t have its act together, hence it waits.

    Given Milan’s inability to get anything substantial out of its youth players it is entirely reasonable, isn’t it?

    1. Lol brought pastries? That’s the measure of loyalty these days? Haha. Henry pays for his box seat at the Emirates /Arsenal stadium. These things aren’t free lol , we all support the club

      1. A lot must have changed for innocent boy and Milanista to become evil mercenary.

        People need to get better at deciphering BS / not getting suckered into piling on.

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