The casual football fan got an introduction to Warren Zaïre-Emery in Paris Saint-Germain’s 3-0 UEFA Champions League win over AC Milan. Despite being 17 years old, the midfielder was Man of the Match, providing two assists in the victory.
Zaïre-Emery is under contract until 2025, so it is no surprise that European clubs hope he heads to free agency. Nonetheless, PSG wants to secure their budding star to a long-term contract.
Sports Zone reports that negotiations between Zaïre-Emery and PSG resulted in an agreement in principle. Paris shows total serenity, and some contract terms are still under discussion.
Manchester City and Bayern Munich are trying everything to likely push the player to leave on a free transfer. The performance against the Italian giants will only accelerate their efforts since they see that the Champions League isn’t going to overwhelm Zaïre-Emery.
⚡️FLASH ZONE ⚽️
Les négociations entre Warren Zaïre-Emery et le PSG ont abouti à un accord de principe. 🤝🔴🔵✨
▫️Paris fait preuve d’une sérénité totale. Certains termes du contrat sont encore en discussion. 🗣️
— SPORTS ZONE (@SportsZone__) October 26, 2023
The teenager already saw a boost in transfer value to €50 million, even at his young age. Now, the question is whether he wants to be at PSG long-term and be one of the faces of this project.