Milan’s Camarda signs first professional contract:


Francesco Camarda has signed his first professional contract with Milan on the back of winning the U17 European Championships. The contract, which adheres to the maximum duration allowed for minors by federation rules, is set to run for three years and will take effect from July 1.

Calciomercato report how Camarda joined Milan in 2015 as a young child alongside his father, Alfonso. Since then, he has embarked on a remarkable journey, breaking numerous records along the way. He became the youngest goal scorer in the UEFA Youth League and the youngest player to debut in Serie A for Milan at San Siro against Fiorentina. Camarda’s contract will see him earn approximately €500,000 per season, a fitting reward for a player who has been a passionate fan of the club since childhood.

This week has been a whirlwind of celebrations for Camarda. After securing victory with Italy’s Under-17 team in the European Championship, thanks to his decisive double in the final, he now marks another milestone with his first professional contract. Borussia Dortmund had shown interest in acquiring the young talent in recent months, but Milan’s plans for Camarda have prevailed.

Milan has significant plans for Camarda, who will be a key figure for the new Under-23 team in the upcoming season. Additionally, he will join the first-team squad under the guidance of head coach Paulo Fonseca.


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