After impressive performances for Paris Saint-Germain, along with Aurelien Tchouameni’s injury, young midfielder Warren Zaire-Emery was officially called up by coach Didier Deschamps to the French national team during the gathering this November.
Opening up after being given the opportunity, the 2006-born talent said: “I am very happy. I feel proud. That shows that he (Didier Deschamps) has faith in me. I stay true to myself and most of all work hard every day, which I still do. I’m really speechless. I’m very happy”.
Since being released under Christophe Galtier last season, Warren Zaire-Emery has made dizzying progress in his career. At the age of 17, he became a mainstay in the midfield of Paris Saint-Germain.
It’s still too early to confirm whether Warren Zaire-Emery will win a spot at EURO 2024 next summer, but if he continues to play as impressively as he has in recent times, the 2006-born talent will be forced to coach him. Coach Didier Deschamps must consider.
Huy Truong | 13:05 November 13, 2023