Paris Saint-Germain’s (PSG) midfielder, Warren Zaire-Emery, has sustained a significant injury, ruling him out of action until January. The 17-year-old midfielder suffered a strain of average severity to his right ankle during the Euro 2024 qualifying match against Gibraltar.
Zaire-Emery had to leave the field in the first half of the match, despite scoring in his first international game. The injury will force him to miss two crucial Champions League matches against Newcastle and Borussia Dortmund, along with several Ligue 1 fixtures.
PSG announced that Zaire-Emery will continue to undergo treatment for his ankle injury until the winter break. The club’s last league game before the break is scheduled against Metz on December 20.
The midfielder has been a key player for PSG this season, participating in 15 matches and contributing with two goals and five assists across all competitions. He will also miss France’s upcoming qualifying game against Greece. France has already secured its place in the 2024 UEFA European Championship.