Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain is currently one of the hottest stars in the transfer market in Europe’s top five leagues.
The Frenchman already earns around £61million-per-year and is reportedly worth around £150million, which affords him a luxurious lifestyle.
But Al-Hilal are also willing to make the PSG forward the highest-paid player ever – giving him a staggering £605million annually.
Futballnews takes you down how wantaway PSG star and France national team captain Kylian Mbappe spends his money: from a stunning apartment in the French capital to a mega car collection and a customized Louis Vuitton basketball hoop.
Stay with us while we check out his Apartment, car collection, fashion taste, customized goods and charitable works.
Kylian Mbappe’s Apartment
PSG star Kylian Mbappe has come a long way from the Paris suburb of Bondy.
He is the son of a football coach and handball player mum, but the attacker now lives like a king.
Recent reports have it that he lives in a multi-storey penthouse in the heart of the French capital.
However, the apartment offers beautiful views, including the Champs de Mars and the Eiffel Tower.
Kylian Mbappe has offered a brief view inside the property, including an elegant spiral staircase by sharing snaps on Instagram.
Reports have it that the stylish duplex, is worth around £8milllion and has 12 bedrooms, a basketball court, a library, a gym, and a Turkish bath.
Mbappe boasts an extensive car collection as the fitting and renowned sportsman that he is.
Mbappe’s garage is reportedly filled with luxury cars, including his most recent acquisition, a Ferrari Hybrid SF90 Stradale, which he paid about £400,000 for.
The 2018 World Cup winner also owns a Ferrari 488 Pista, Mercedes V Class van and a Volkswagen Multivan.
To burst your bubbles here, there’s one catch though – Kylian Mbappe can’t drive, despite all these cars.
Kylian Mbappe and Fashion
Mbappe keeps up with fashion trends always, this Semptember, if he hasn’t left Paris, you will likely see Mbappe sitted on the front row at Fashion Week.
The Frenchman became a Dior ambassador for menswear and their perfume Sauvage back in 2021.
But the France captain loves trainers, in 2019, he was spotted trainer shopping at LA’s exclusive Flight Club.
Kylian Mbappe splashed the cash on two rare pairs, Nike Air Max 90 Ice ‘Gym Red’ and Air Jordan XI ‘Pantone’ which cost him almost £1,000.
First Class Flights
Since he doesn’t have his own private jet like Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, Mbappe usually like to charter one for travel.
His recent talks of a new deal with PSG last year was turned down after he requested for a private jet to fly him around the world.
He also took a trip to New York with his PSG teammate and friend, Achraf Hakimi.
He also enjoyed a lovely stay in Greece with Karim Benzema too, who himself has moved to Saudi Arabia.
Customized Stuffs And Watches
Footballers love having customized stuffs, and PSG’s Kylian Mbappe is no different.
He is one of the footballers who use iDesign Gold’s amazing phone cases that cost around £500.
The Frenchman also owns a bespoke Louis Vuitton basketball hoop with his intialls on which comes with two mini balls that also have ‘KM’ on them.
For watches, though he is nowhere near teammate Neymar in collections, Mbappe is impressive in its own right.
He bagged a sponsorship deal with Hublot worth around £1million-per-annum which means he stays loyal to them.
Kylian Mbappe has always been seen with their Big Bang Unico model worth around £14,000, and a Big Bang Millennial Pink £16,000, as well as a Spirit of Big Bang Sapphire worth around £78,000.
The Frenchman has been swayed by the lure of Audemars Piguet and the Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph 26400IO worth £30,000 is also part of his collection.
Kylian Mbappe Loves Charity
Though the Frenchman loves to enjoy himself, he never forget about others less fortunate than him.
He donated £26,000 to help fund a private search for Emiliano Sala’s doomed plane in 2019.
And before that year, Mbappe donated all his World Cup match fees and bonuses, believed to be somewhere in the region of £400,000 to a children’s charity.
In 2020, Kylian Mbappe also addressed a crowd of around 300 people from a stage in a Paris hotel to unveil his new charity called Inspired by KM.
Mbappe is definitely one of football’s good guys.