Kylian Mbappé Lottin (born December 20, 1998) is a French professional footballer who plays as an attacker for Paris Saint-Germain and the national team of France.
Mbappé appeared very early, presented to the youth academies of AS Bondy, INF Clairefontaine and AS Monaco, debuting as a professional for the reserve team of the latter.
Mbappé quickly became a starter and a regular striker for the first team of the 2016-17 season, helping the club win its first league title in seventeen years.
|Real Name||Kylian Mbappé Lottin|
|Nick Name||Donatello (name given by his PSG teammates)|
Physical Stats & More
|Height||in centimeters– 178 cm|
in meters– 1.78 m
in feet inches– 5’ 10”
|Weight||in kilograms– 73 kg|
in pounds– 160.937 lbs
|Debut||International– 25 March 2017 for France against Luxembourg at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier |
Club– 2 December 2015 for Monaco against SM Caen
|Jersey Number||#10 (France National Team)|
#29 (Paris Saint-Germain)
|Club Team(s)||Monaco (2015-2017)|
Paris Saint-Germain (2017-present; as a loan from Monaco)
|Coach/Mentor||Didier Deschamps (France)|
Thomas Tuchel (PSG)
|Strengths||Electric pace and great goalscoring ability|
|Awards, Honours, Achievements||• Named French Young Player of the Year by Telefoot in 2017.|
• At the age of 17, Mbappé became the youngest player ever to score for Monaco.
|Career Turning Point||According to Mbappé, playing alongside Tammy Abraham at Chelsea aged 11, kicked-started his career.|
|Date Of Birth||20 December 1998|
|Birth Place||Bondy, France|
|Home Town||Paris, France|
|School||School at Clairefontaine, France.|
|College||Did Not Attend|
|Educational Qualification||Not Known|
|Hobbies||Playing Football and Tennis, Listening To Music, Playing Video Games|
|Controversies||Controversial transfer (as a loan) from Monaco to Paris Saint-Germain on transfer deadline day caused rage among the Monaco fans.|
|Favourite Footballer(s)||Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar and Eden Hazard|
|Favourite Club||Chelsea FC|
|Favourite Destination||Marseille, Mont Saint-Michel|
Girls, Affairs and More
|Affairs/Girlfriends||Name Not Known|
|Parents||Father– Wilfried Mbappé (Football Coach)|
Mother– Fayza Lamari (Former Handball Player)
|Siblings||Brother-Jirès Kembo Ekoko|
|Cars Collection||Ferrari, Audi, Mercedes Benz, BMW and a Range Rover|
|Salary||1.75 EUR (as in 2018)|
|Net worth||€35 Million|
Some lesser-known facts about Kylian Mbappé
- Kylian Mbappé smokes ?: No
- Kylian Mbappé drinks alcohol ?: Yes
- Mbappe grew up giving priority to football and did not attend school full time to devote time to football.
- Child, Kylian Mbappé idolized Cristiano Ronaldo.
- He was one of the best soccer players in France at the early age of 6, when he attracted the attention of the French Football Federation.
- Before debuting in the national team of France in 2017, Mbappe was also eligible to represent Cameroon and Algeria.
- He rejected clubs like Real Madrid, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Bayern Munich to join Monaco.
- He made his debut in Monaco at the age of 16 years and 347 days; becoming the youngest player to debut in a club, breaking the record of Thierry Henry, who was 17 years old when he first played in the club.
- Mbappé was called the “New Henry” for his ability to score goals and his electric rhythm.
- On August 31, 2017, Paris Saint-Germain announced the transfer of Mbappé from Monaco in an amount of 145 million euros, more than 35 million euros of supplements, making it the second most expensive player behind his teammate Neymar
- Kylian Mbappe has two brothers, Jires Kembo Ekoko (10 years old), who was approved by Mbappe’s father.
- His second brother is Ethan Mbappe, who is seven years younger for him.
- In one of his interviews, he explained his style of celebration after scoring a goal by crossing his hands and thumbs up.
- He said he was inspired by his younger brother Ethan did the same when he fights at the Kylian FIFA Playstation.
- Kylian Mbappé received a strange nickname from his partner Benjamin Mendy, which is called “Brain Candy”, which means “pain in the neck.”