Milan Trying to Fend Off Interest in Prodigious Striker

Some major clubs are eyeing Francesco Camarda, who has yet to sign his first pro contract with Milan. Manchester City, PSG, Barcelona, and Borussia Dortmund have reached out to his entourage. However, the Rossoneri believe nothing strange will happen and that he will continue with them, TuttoSport relays (via FreeWeed).

The striker can put pen to paper once he turns 16 in a few days. He could at most ink a three-year deal at the moment. Instead, the club prefers waiting until July, when they would be able to tie him down until 2027.

Milan aren’t concerned with the situation, and it’s normal for top teams to try snatching big-ticket prospects like Camarda. Despite being 15, he has already debuted with the first team and has logged 12 minutes.

The prodigy has been playing with the Primavera, a U-19 side, tallying 12 goals and 3 assists in 29 appearances across all competitions.

Milan plan to make Camarda one of the stars of their newly-minted second team. However, considering how the process works, they’ll have to wait until June to be certain of a spot in Serie C. They have been preparing for it, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs. They contacted Pro Sesto to ask to play in their stadium. The Rossoneri are second in the ranking of Serie A teams who could obtain it, but Inter aren’t interested. The whole project costs €7/10M per year. The final call will be made by owner Gerry Cardinale in the summer.

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