He arrived discreetly, with a smile on his face, sneakers and a white t-shirt, a casual tracksuit, this late Monday morning in Clairefontaine for the first day of the rest of his life. Warren Zaire-Emery, 17 years old, and number one attraction for the Blues at this gathering, is scrutinized from all sides. Revelation of PSG and indisputable holder under the orders of Luis Enrique, the native of Montreuil could experience his first selection against Gibraltar in Nice on Friday or in Athens against Greece on Tuesday.
Since last Thursday and the announcement of Didier Deschamps' list, "WZE" has been talked about for his precocity, his performances and his extraordinary career, he who continues his studies in parallel with his career as a professional footballer. “We'll have 15 years in the French team,” Robert Pirès whispered to us with a smile about the Parisian nugget. This Monday at 2:30 p.m., Didier Deschamps will talk about it again at a press conference and the now former captain of the Espoirs will participate in his first training sessions at Clairefontaine with the A. With only one objective: to get his bearings and score points with a view to the Euro (June 14-July 14) in Germany next summer.
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