PSG hold a crack, his incredible double life revealed


Sometimes singled out for their poor management of their high hopes, PSG have seen the emergence of several nuggets this season. In addition to El-Chadaille Bitshiabu (17), Warren Zaire-Emery, born in 2006, broke all possible precocity records in Paris. But if the Parisian club surely holds a diamond in the rough in the person of the young midfielder, the latter must also focus on his studies.

He is only 17 years old, but is already one of the darlings of the Parc des Princes. Warren Zaire-Emery amazed his world by becoming on August 6, the youngest player in the history of the PSG to play an official match. Since then, the native of Montreuil has continued to beat these precocity records one by one. Facing Rennais Stadium in January, this time he became the youngest player to start for the Parisian club. Finally, in the first leg of the Champions League against Bayern Munichhe then becomes the youngest player in the history of the competition to start a knockout match.

Warren Zaire-Emery affirms that studies are essential

All these accomplishments should not make us forget that Warren Zaire Emery only 17 years old. As revealed the Parisian, the Titi is preparing behind the scenes for his French baccalaureate which will take place at the end of the season. Currently in first STMG, in the same class as a certain Ethan Mbappethe young midfielder recently mentioned on M6his desire to finish a diploma: “It’s a bit like football, we all have very specific goals. I want my baccalaureate a bit like everyone here I think. Having diplomas and succeeding in school is a plus”.

Warren Zaire-Emery, a “more mature” boy than the others

Internally, the managers of the (very) young PSG midfielder are full of praise for his ability to adapt to this double life combining high-level football and studies. “Warren, you tell him something once, it’s integrated and applied directly! When he comes to the canteen, the same thing, he looks at what’s there, he knows what he can eat, he’s always on time, there’s nothing to complain about. He’s more mature than some kids who are two years older. Maybe that’s why he goes faster… Because he takes into account what we say to him”.

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