The welcome news comes in light of Warren Zaire-Emery's injury, which kept him off the fields since November 18 during the international break with the French national team.
Despite his stellar performance since the beginning of the season, Zaire-Emery's ascent is abruptly interrupted. The night of November 18, which should have been a magical moment honoring his first call-up to the French national team, turned unexpectedly sour.
The young talent needed less than fifteen minutes to score his first goal in a brilliant collective play, but unfortunately, it ended with him in the infirmary, nursing an ankle injury inflicted by the opposing defender at the moment of the shot. After hours of uncertainty, the medical report from Paris Saint-Germain announced that Zaire-Emery would not be available until the end of the calendar year.
Since then, Warren has focused on his recovery, working alongside Nuno Mendes and Presnel Kimpembe. According to France Bleu Paris journalist Bruno Salomon, PSG "suggests that the player will be ready to return in 2024."
This news is encouraging for both the player and the fans, who have endured multiple injuries in the team, including Presnel Kimpembe's prolonged absence for over ten months. The setback on November 18 was a setback for Zaire-Emery, but the collective effort within the team and his dedication to rehabilitation hint at a promising return, bringing hope to the supporters eagerly awaiting his comeback in 2024.