Kylian Mbappe loves football and he is pretty damn good at it as well.
The French marksman has been a sensation since breaking out as a teenager with AS Monaco. He is currently plying his trade with Ligue 1 overlords Paris St. Germain and has established himself as one of the best players on the planet over the past few years.
The 23-year-old attacker is also one of the most sought-after talents in world football, with Spanish giants Real Madrid coming the closest to signing him during the summer transfer window.
Mbappe makes the headlines very frequently irrespective of right or wrong reasons.
The PSG superstar caught the attention of fans after he posted photos of himself draped in Nike gear with NBA branding all over.
The pics taken before PSG’s upcoming Champions League clash against Juventus shows Mbappe wearing Team 31 Courtside sweatshirt and fleece trousers which are priced at £60.24 each.
That’s some modest clobber from the superstar considering he bags nearly £72 million a year at PSG.
Kylian Mbappe Is Obsessed With NBA
He has stirred up the internet again but it isn’t his first rodeo with basketball’s finest competition.
In the month of June, he was captured posing at the NBA draft in Brooklyn, New York.
He also showed off his hooping skills and we can say that the boy is not just good with his feet only.
Mbappe is also seen attending NBA games with many of his teammates.
He has penned down a multi-year partnership with NBA which involves his production company, Zebra Valley, providing content to engage fans around the world.
In 2021, he reportedly decided to collaborate with basketball superstar LeBron James to launch a creative category of clothing with the help of Nike.
Mbappe is a huge fan of the Los Angeles Lakers icon and PSG’s kit sponsor is coincidentally the Jordan Brand.
A global hotshot in the truest sense, Kylian Mbappe has certainly bridged the gap between the two sporting worlds.
He has the world at his feet, scores goals for fun and is a joy to watch on the pitch.
He will be looking to repeat the feat achieved in 2018 at Qatar and also get his hands on the much-eluded Champions League trophy for his club.