Invited to all first team training and regularly in Christophe Galtier’s group, Warren Zaire-Emery (16) had his first minutes of pro play at the start of the season. In its edition of the day, L’Équipe reveals that PSG refused loan offers for his midfielder this summer, a sign of the importance given to him.
From the height of his 16 years, Warren Zaire-Emery impresses. Considered one of the greatest hopes of the Parisian training center, the middle of the 2006 generation has fully integrated into the group of Christophe Galtier at the start of the season. Having turned professional this summer, the native of Montreuil was first invited to the PSG summer preparation tour in Japan. Since then, he has never left the first team, participating in all the training sessions led by the Parisian coach and his technical staff.
In its edition of the day, L’Équipe dedicates a few lines to the midfielder summoned with the French U19s for the next international break. With Marco Verratti’s recent injury – italy rally package – and while waiting to know its exact duration of unavailability, Christophe Galtier will probably have to adjust its composition. This will already be the case for the resumption match against OGC Nice on October 1 and for which the Italian is suspended.
If he does not establish himself as the direct replacement for the Parisian number 6, the young midfielder is seriously considered by PSG and “impress at training sessions”, always according to L’Équipe. In the following lines, the sports daily adds that Luis Campos rejected loan offers for Warren Zaire-Emery at the end of the transfer window. A sign which also testifies to the confidence granted by the club of the capital with regard to its protege. A role in the rotation is particularly perceived for him after the World Cup, where the organizations of several internationals could express the need to breathe.