PSG consider Arsenal target Warren Zaïre-Emery to be off the market

PSG youth products Warren Zaïre-Emery (16) and Ismaël Gharbi (18) are attracting interest from many European outfits, RMC Sport report.

Gharbi, a Franco-Spanish attacking midfielder, has played twice with Christophe Galtier’s side this season. He came off the bench during PSG’s away loss at Lens and then registered one assist in a Coupe de France win against third-tier Châteauroux. The Paris native particularly impressed in UEFA Youth League where he scored six goals and delivered one assist in six matches. Ligue 1’s bottom-placed outfit Angers, Ligue 2 side Metz and an unnamed Dutch club are all looking to acquire his services on a six-month loan, RMC report. However, PSG reportedly are not willing to let go a player who may gain game time following Pablo Sarabia’s transfer to Wolverhampton.

Zaïre-Emery’s potential suitors seem to belong to another category. An elegant, composed and gifted midfielder, 16-year-old Zaïre-Emery was arguably PSG’s best outfield player on Sunday when the Ligue 1 leaders fell at Rennes. Christophe Galtier and the PSG management are said to greatly value him, and consider him to be untransferable for the foreseeable future. Arsenal are reportedly “very insistent” on bringing in the midfielder, who is represented by Jorge Mendes.

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