Milan Prodigy Camarda Agrees to First Pro Contract

Despite the rumors about other teams swooping in, Milan has always been confident about retaining Francesco Camarda. He has put pen to paper on a new deal until 2027. The club just needs to announce It. It’s his first pro contract. Technically, it’ll come into effect on July 1st, Calciomercato informs.

The striker just spearheaded Italy in the U-17 Euros, scoring four times during the competition, including a brace in the final. He has tallied 13 goals and 5 assists in 45 games this season, considering the Primavera championship and cup and the Youth League, playing well above his age.

Camarda has been at Milan since 2015 and has been beating record after record since. He’s the youngster player to ever debut in Serie A. He’ll earn 500k annually.

According to the publication, Borussia Dortmund tried to upset the Rossoneri’s apple cart until the last moment. The prodigy will be the face of the U-23 side that should be established in the coming weeks. He’ll also practice regularly with Paulo Fonseca’s group.

As per the standard procedure, Milan need one team to fail to register for Serie C to obtain the final green light. Ancona and/or Turris might be excluded. The whole operation will cost €12M, considering also the cost of renovating the Chinetti stadium in Solbiate Arno, Calcio e Finanza reports. Former defender and Stefano Pioli’s assistant Daniele Bonera is expected to be the coach. Instead, Ignazio Abate has left the Primavera side.

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