During the November training camp, young Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Warren Zaire-Emery was called up for the first time to coach Didier Deschamps’ French national team.
Quoted from Get Football News France, during a press conference yesterday, the 17-year-old star shared about being on the field as the youngest player to play for Les Bleus since 1911: “It will be a another record. If I can surpass it I will be very happy.” However, for Zaire-Emery, good performance on the field is more important than records as the PSG star wants to get an official spot in Deschamps’ squad for EURO 2024 next summer.
Finally, Zaire-Emery revealed his conversation with France U21 coach Thierry Henry: “I spoke to him on Tuesday. He is happy for me. He said It’s not just about getting into the French team, it’s about staying there and that’s my daily goal.”
France will face Gibraltar in Nice on Saturday before traveling to Athens to face Greece next Tuesday. With Eduardo Camavinga ruled out due to injury, it is likely that young talent Zaire-Emery will soon make his debut for French fans.
Tuan Tu | 06:07 November 17, 2023