The transfer window is still open for a few more days and while Paris Saint-Germain recently saw the exit of Pablo Sarabia, the capital club isn’t preparing to see one of its prized youth players leave.
RMC Sport journalist Fabrice Hawkins reported on Wednesday that Arsenal is one of the significantly interested parties in 16-year-old Warren Zaire-Emery. Despite his young age, the midfielder has already made his Ligue 1 and UEFA Champions League debut.
🔴🔵 Ismaël Gharbi est suivi par Angers, Metz et un club aux Pays-Bas. Le PSG ferme la porte même pour un prêt cet hiver.
Plusieurs clubs dont Arsenal s’intéressent de près à Warren Zaïre-Emery pour un mouvement à moyen terme. Pour le PSG le jeune milieu est intransférable ! pic.twitter.com/rLZ0UUPsbk
— Fabrice Hawkins (@FabriceHawkins) January 18, 2023
While The Gunners are interested in the teenager, Hawkins adds that PSG considers Zaire-Emery untransferable. The French giants are limited in spending this January transfer window as they gently walk the Financial Fair Play line.
As a result, they’ll need to rely on some of their youth players to take the next step. Zaire-Emery has all the potential to be a quality midfielder for the French giants.
After letting talented young players over the years, sporting advisor Luis Campos may attempt to ensure the jewels of the youth academy remain at PSG.