By: Oliver Fisher
Francesco Camarda once again found himself in the AC Milan-related headlines over the weekend as he scored a brace against Sassuolo in the Primavera’s 3-3 draw.
Pietro Mazzara writes for MilanNews that Camarda’s moment is drawing comparisons with the likes of Jude Bellingham, Erling Haaland, Zaire-Emery and so on, i.e. those players who play above their age group and give the impression they are destined to be something special.
Camarda is now at a stage where he can no longer be hidden, the journalist writes, but he doesn’t want to stay in the shadows anymore either.
Compared to 12-13 years ago, when you had to go and watch young players in person, today thanks to Sportitalia and other broadcasters what happens in the Primavera is just a click away and clips go viral in minutes.
Camarda has never got ahead of himself and his feet remain firmly on the ground. He continues to live as if nothing had happened and he knows what he has to do so as not to lose sight of his goal, which is to arrive in the Milan first team as a ready player.
In this sense, the U23 team will be fundamental, as it would allow him but also other Rossoneri talents to develop at home without the risks that loan spells bring.
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