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Man United offered chance to sign €60m PSG Wonderkid ahead of summer transfer



Man United offered chance to sign €60m PSG Wonderkid ahead of summer transfer

Warren Zaire-Emery has been one of PSG’s best players this season, but his future at the club has just been thrown into doubt.

The 18-year-old has enjoyed a spectacular breakout season for the Parisians, becoming a regular starter for the French giants at just 17 years of age under Luis Enrique.

The teenager has been a machine in the centre of PSG’s midfield and he has even contributed with three goals and six assists so far this term.

Zaire-Emery’s value this season has multiplied, skyrocketing from €13.9 million in July 2023 to a whopping €53.4m in April 2024, illustrating just what a spectacular campaign he has enjoyed.

His current contract with PSG expires in 2025 and they are naturally desperate to tie him down to a fresh, long-term deal.

Talks have been ongoing for some time, but RMC now reports that something of an impasse has been reached. The two parties still appear a ways apart, though PSG remain optimistic.

However, failure to get the youngster to commit his future to the club will present a spectacular opportunity to Europe’s biggest clubs.

Thanks to data analytics firm SciSports, we can see that Zaire-Emery would thrive in the Premier League. Not only is the youngster a generational talent but he is an ideal fit for some of the Premier League’s most high-profile clubs.

SciSports believe that the Frenchman has the potential to become one of the world’s best central midfielders, ranking him fifth among U21 midfielders in terms of potential.

As per SciSports’ Career Advice tool, Zaire-Emery’s ideal next club would be Man City.

The data experts analyse hundreds of data points to calculate a Club Fit rating and Pep Guardiola’s Cityzens boast very impressive rating of 85.

But they are not the only side where Zaire-Emery would fit in well. On the contrary, City are closely followed by Arsenal and Man Utd and Tottenham.

Of course, though, the grass isn’t always greener. Moving to the Premier League at just 18 years of age would be a risk and staying with PSG is also considered a very, very good option for Zaire-Emery, with the capital club sandwiched between Arsenal and Man Utd. The youngster really has the world at his feet

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