It appears the future of Francesco Camarda, AC Milan’s latest great talent, is a hot topic of conversation in Italy on Monday, with Manchester City mentioned as a potential problem for the Serie A club.

The Etihad club’s interest in the 15-year-old is nothing new, with it repeated over time that they are keeping an eye on him ahead of a potential move, and La Gazzetta Sportiva, relayed by TuttoMercatoWeb, brings it all up again.

When the player turns 16 in a week’s time, he will be able to sign his first professional contract, for a maximum of three years, but there is ‘still no agreement’ between Milan and the player’s entourage, which certainly is good news for Manchester City.

Therefore, ‘the decision will come later’, but it’s explained this could also be an advantage for the Italians, as him signing later on this year would allow him to extend until 2027 rather than 2026 at this moment in time.

As things stand, there is ‘an agreement in principle and a common desire’ to get something done, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic ‘spending his time to understand what the situation will be’.

However, there are also Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund abroad that are ‘interested’ in Camarda, and that is a worry, especially if the Premier League club ‘would like to bet on him’, as they could then send him to Palermo in Serie B, which would be the ‘perfect’ move for him to help him grow.

The hope is that some news will come ‘soon’, and bring their own information on the matter on Monday.

They say Milan have ‘no intention of letting him slip away’ and ‘ready’ to give him that three-year deal, with their outlook a bit more positive, since Camarda ‘agrees’ with the idea of staying.

Still, there are also ‘many proposals on the table’ from abroad, likely including Manchester City, and it will be ‘up to his entourage to make the right assessments’, with the ‘foreign threat’ a problem for the Italian club.