To do my whole career at PSG, it's a dream, "swore Warren Zaire-Emery in August, in an interview with the Parisian. In the meantime, the 17-year-old neo-international Espoirs is not about to leave the nest. According to information from Fabrizio Romano, "PSG is about to finalize the agreement with Warren Zaire Emery to extend his contract".
Holder of several records of precocity in Paris, and already regularly used by Christophe Galtier last season, the native of Montreuil has established himself as a full-fledged starter in the 11 of Luis Enrique since the beginning of the season. Which "Lucho" recently referred to it as a "rough diamond". "He is 17 years old but he looks like he is 37," smiled the Spanish technician after the 4-0 victory over OM on Sunday at the Parc des Princes. He added: "I'm so lucky to have a player of this quality... He has already played a lot under Christophe Galtier. He is a great professional and a great example for players coming out of the training center. He's humble, he's hard-working, he's very smart... He is connected with his teammates, which is very important for us. All we can do is take advantage of him in every game, every training session," said the 53-year-old Spanish coach.
Henry adores him, Deschamps follows him
Recently called up with Thierry Henry's Espoirs, and even appointed captain, Zaire-Emery has already played 38 matches with Paris Saint-Germain (2 goals), including seven since the beginning of the season.
He is currently under contract until 2025, he who is no stranger to Didier Deschamps. "At the beginning of the season, with strong competition, his playing time is important, his influence too. He has the potential to be at the top level and he proves it, "said the coach last September. And to continue, evoking the future of the young midfielder in the team of France A: "It will most likely be the case". It remains to be seen when... As for the extension in Paris, it should not be long in any case, the club has never thought of parting with it this summer despite the approaches of some clubs, such as Manchester City for example.