AC Milan wonderkid, 13, scores 483 goals in 87 games and could be next big thing

Teenage sensation Francesco Camarda could be the next big thing in European football, with the AC Milan wonderkid boasting an extraordinary record of 483 goals in 87 games at youth level.

Camarda, 13, has spent the last five years in Milan's academy and is widely considered one of the brightest prospects Italy has to offer right now.

A post on Twitter from respected football scout Sciabolata Morbida shows the frightening number of goals the striker has produced for Milan's youth sides, despite the fact the standard of opponent would have varied significantly and not all matches being 11 vs 11.

As per Morbida, Camarda bagged an astonishing 240 goals in 40 games in the 2017/18 campaign.

He then recorded 172 goals in 31 games the next season, before netting 64 in 16 the year after that.

That gives the Italy starlet an insane return of 483 goals in 87 matches, which is quite frankly hard to fathom.

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Camarda has already been fast-tracked to Milan's Under-15 side at the age of 13, where he is learning his craft alongside Clarence Seedorf's son, Denzel Miguel Viana Seedorf.

He also featured in this year's U15 National A/B Championship despite lining up against youngsters who were much more physically developed.

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Last weekend Camarda scored a brace in Milan U15's win over Hellas Verona, demonstrating his breathtaking potential once more.

Morbida has urged caution over his progress, highlighting the cases of former Barcelona and Real Madrid academy stars Bojan and Javier Portillo, who failed to live up to their potential with the Spanish clubs, as important examples to bear in mind.

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But the scout also added in his Twitter thread: "I don't know how many boys, at his age, had put together such impressive numbers."

Regardless, Francesco Camarda's name is certainly one worth remembering.

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