PSG: Warren Zaire-Emery upset by his trip to Rwanda


By: Manu Tournoux

A well-deserved winter break for Warren Zaire-Emery. The young Paris Saint-Germain prodigy also took advantage of this little break to travel. Indeed, the 17-year-old midfielder flew to Rwanda during a two-day stay organized in partnership with the capital club. The opportunity for WZE to take it easy and enjoy the local culture, with a well-established program. The French international (1 goal in EdF) notably took part in a local dance show. He also visited the Genocide Memorial in Kigali to pay tribute to the victims of the 1994 genocide.

In the Rwandan mountains, Zaire-Emery also met many gorillas. “It’s just incredible, impressive. It was full of emotions because we are not used to seeing them in their natural habitat. It impressed me”, he confided. When he arrived on the African continent, the Parisian went through the PSG academy, located in Kigali, to interact with young footballers. He ended his journey with a short boat ride on the emerald waters of Lake Kivu. A stay full of emotions for the 17-year-old nugget, who will now have to concentrate on the first deadline of 2024: the Champions Trophy against TFC, scheduled for January 3 at the Parc des Princes.

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