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AC Milan wonderkid Francesco Camarda could make senior debut at 15 after scoring over 500 goals at youth level

AC Milan wonderkid Francesco Camarda could make senior debut at 15 after scoring over 500 goals at youth level

He could feature in their upcoming clash against Fiorentina.

Francesco Camarda has been tipped to receive a call-up for AC Milan's upcoming Serie A clash against Fiorentina after the teenager featured in first-team training.

The 15-year-old striker, who is said to have averaged around 5.5 goals per game at youth level, has been breaking records on a regular basis this season.

Back in September, a goal for Milan U19's in their clash against Sassuolo was the first scored by a 2008-born player in the entire Primavera.

He then became the youngest Italian to score in the UEFA Youth League at 15 years and 195 days, when he netted a brace against Newcastle United.

And soon, Camarda made more history by becoming the youngest player in history to score in all three major Under-19 tournaments.

As a result of his form, Camarda was invited to first-team training this month as they continue to struggle with injuries.

Olivier Giroud is suspended for two matches after being sent off in their clash against Lecce, while Noah Okafor picked up a knock on international duty with Switzerland.

Both will miss Saturday's clash against Fiorentina, meaning Stefano Pioli has limited options in forward areas.

Luka Jovic will likely to start up front, while Camarda is expected to receive his first call up to the first-team squad, according to Fabrizio Romano.

Camarda, who has scored seven goals in 13 matches for Milan’s Primavera side this season, will also receive a new deal in the not-so-distant future.

A number of top European clubs, including Premier League champions Manchester City, are said to be interested in signing Camarda, according to Italian publication Calciomercato.

Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund, who have a great track record of securing sought-after talent, are also keen.

"Francesco dreams of making his debut in Serie A with the Rossoneri shirt, the club he loves," the report says. "One step at a time and he will succeed. The technical project on him is progressing well."

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Topics: AC Milan, Serie A, Italy