The old gentleman from Paris Saint-Germain and the French team, Jérôme Rothen, questioned Warren Zaire-Emery.
Warren Zaire-Emery, double decisive passer and author of an excellent performance, was named here during the Champions League match against AC Milan, which Paris Saint-Germain won 3-0. Praise has poured in for the young French midfielder, notably from his coach Luis Enrique and Rossoneri central defender Pierre Kalulu.
The new masterclass of the 17-year-old, who has become essential in the team led by the Spanish manager, now raises questions about his rapid presence in the French national team, a question addressed directly by the person concerned himself. Although he has not yet been called up by Didier Deschamps, this French hope is currently the delight of Thierry Henry’s U21 team, who is full of praise for him.
“It will be time to criticize it…”
On the waves of CMR, Jérôme Rothen also gives his opinion on the level of play of Warren Zaire-Emery. Very praising of him, the 45-year-old converted attacking midfielder cannot understand the criticism suffered by number 33, and attacks the player’s detractors.
@RothenJerome : “I don’t understand why I don’t come in flames for Warren Zaire-Emery. Yes it will be mentioned if it is open to criticism. But for now, we are in a euphoric period. Why, because he’s 17, should we curb our enthusiasm? » pic.twitter.com/j3UMKSUM9R
— Rothen s’igname (@Rothensenflamme) October 26, 2023
“I don’t understand those who can’t ignite. We’ve been there. We can put a lot of downsides, in relation to his age, in relation to what he will become… It will be time to criticize him if he is open to criticism during this period, and even in a few weeks perhaps. be. We will indeed say if it is less good (…) but for the moment we are in a euphoric period. For what ? Because he’s 17, we should stay in retirement, put our (Site notre bureau spécialisé) on the brake.
With our appearances not in the title in 2023-2024, it is essential that Warren Zaire-Emery is inconceivable at Paris Saint-Germain.