PSG are reportedly on the verge of reaching an agreement for the extension of Warren Zaire-Emery's contract, with only a few details left to finalize according to football insider Fabrizio Romano.
In a departure from the club's past trend of losing players at the end of their contracts, PSG are poised to retain the services of wunderkind Zaire-Emery, a key figure from the PSG Academy.
According to football insider Fabrizio Romano, an agreement for the contract extension is imminent, with just the final details left to be ironed out.
This news is particularly promising for PSG, considering the 17-year-old midfielder's growing significance both at the club and the U21 France national squad.
While the exact salary increase remains undisclosed, it is expected to be a substantial one. The length of the contract is yet to be officially confirmed, but indications suggest a long-term commitment, possibly extending until June 2028.
Zaire-Emery's existing contract is set to expire in June 2025, so adding three years to that date would feel appropriate.
Zaire-Emery has started in nine games this season while coming off the pine in another one. He has already played the role of team captain this year for PSG and France U21.