Paris Saint-Germain has one of the most talented teenagers in Warren Zaïre-Emery. The 17-year-old is solidifying his role in the starting 11 and even registered two assists in PSG’s last two matches.
The performances to start this 2023-24 season and the bright future ahead haven’t gone unnoticed. Transfermarkt has raised the player’s transfer value to €50 million as the midfielder begins scratching his potential.
Furthermore, the increase in transfer value puts the player born in 2006 with the highest market value for anyone under 18. The PSG midfielder surpasses Real Madrid youngster and current Palmerias player Endrick as the highest-valued player under 18 in the world.
💰| Warren Zaïre-Emery est désormais valorisé à 50 MILLIONS D’EUROS ‼️
Il est le joueur née en 2006 avec la plus grosse valeur marchande et re-dépasse Endrick (25M)
Il est le joueur de moins de 18 ans le mieux valorisé au MONDE 🤑
— Warren Zaïre-Emery FR (@ZaireEmeryFR) October 16, 2023
PSG understands their talent in Zaïre-Emery, so both sides are discussing a new contract. The teenager’s current deal expires in 2025, so the Frenchman is likely at the top of the club’s agenda.
If Zaïre-Emery continues this trajectory, it will be interesting to see if manager Didier Deschamps decides to call him up. The youngster will be part of the 2024 Olympics in Paris, but will a spot on the 2024 UEFA Euros be in his future?