Due to his success on the field, Kylian Mbappe earns a lot of money both inside and outside of the football world. The male gamer frequently donates money to numerous charities.
In 2022, Kylian Mbappe will earn more than any other football player in the football world. The French striker’s contract with PSG has been extended through the summer of 2022, making him even wealthier. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the French striker is one of the wealthiest football players in the world with a net worth of $150m.
PSG paid Mbappe roughly $545,000 per week between May 2021 and May 2022. According to Sky Sports, Mbappe’s three-year contract pays him $4.9m each month. The 24-year-old forward received $123m after re-signing with the French squad. The remaining funds are obtained by advertising agreements with well-known businesses like Dior, Nike, Hublot, and EA Sports.
Mbappe frequently deducts money from his paycheck for charitable donations. The World Cup winner in 2018 donated half of his prize money to a charitable organization. Mbappe specifically donated $250,000 to Premiers de Cordee, a company that hosts sporting events for children with impairments. He contributed $32,000 in 2019 to aid in the search for the missing plane that included the late Emiliano Sala.
Mbappe founded KM in January 2020; it is a nonprofit organization that will support and care for 98 children in Paris. The soccer star pledged, “We will help them until they get a job,” at the ceremonial launch. “I’m just trying to help kids and make them happy,” Mbappe continued.
Mbappe will reportedly donate money to the Abbe Pierre Foundation, which aids homeless people in France, in 2021, according to Goal. The charity issued a statement at the time saying, “The Foundation thanks Kylian Mbappe from the bottom of its heart for his kindness and care for persons in difficulty.”
Je m’appelle Kylian, a comic book, was published in the same year. It described Mbappe’s journey from a young player to a star in football. “It started as a dream and is now my story,” he stated of his book.