Milan Receive Federal Permission to Deploy Prodigy

Milan will be able to field Francesco Camarda against Fiorentina if they want to. FIGC, the Italian Football Association, has granted a waiver to utilize the starlet. It’s a necessary step to field U-16 players, SportMediaset informs.

Stefano Pioli could indeed turn to the talent for a portion of the clash against the Viola since most of their strikers are missing. Olivier Giroud is suspended, while Noah Okafor just suffered a thigh strain. Luka Jovic is the only one standing. Rafael Leao is hurt too.

If Camarda indeed featured in the upcoming Milan fixture, he would become the youngest player to ever debut in Serie A. He’s 15 and 259 days old. He’d beat Bologna’s Wisdom Amey by less than a month. Paolo Maldini holds the precocity record as far as the Rossoneri are concerned. He was 16 and 6 months old when he logged his first appearance against Perugia back in 1985.

The prodigy has practiced with the first team for three days in a row, Sky informs. His call-up is very likely. He has filled his boots in any youth category thus far and with the various national teams as well.

Camarda is starring regularly with the Milan Primavera, which is a U-19 squad, this season. He has scored four goals in ten games domestically, adding three more in as many UEFA Youth League matches. He has hit the net four times in six tilts with Italy U-17 in recent months.

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