Kylian Mbappe net worth: How much does the PSG forward earn and where does he invest his money?

Kylian Mbappe is a French professional footballer who plays as a forward for Paris Saint-Germain. Mbappe is widely touted as the football community’s “Next Big Thing” after rising through the ranks of AS Monaco in 2015.

Kylian, who is only 22 years old, is already an influential player on and off the field following a succession of remarkable performances over several seasons. He is sponsored by Nike and is expected to have a net worth of roughly $176 million in 2021.

Source: PSG talks

Fans criticise Mbappe for remaining with PSG despite the league’s lack of competitiveness. At the club level, he has three Ligue 1 titles and two Coupe de France championships to his name.

He was awarded Ligue 1 Player of the Year twice and has won the league’s top scorer award twice. He is also the club’s third-highest goalscorer, trailing behind Edinson Cavani and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

He is currently one of the top footballers in the world and was a member of France’s World Cup-winning squad.

Kylian Mbappe net worth

According to Transfermarkt, Kylian Mbappe’s net worth is $176 million. When he transferred from AS Monaco to league rivals in 2017, he was valued at $38.5 million. He is the most valuable player in Ligue 1 based on his position as a centre-forward.


The Frenchman’s popularity among fans landed him some remarkable endorsements. Electronic Arts’ FIFA 2021 game named him as the cover star. Mbappe also has a contract with Swiss watchmaker Hublot for $1.13 million per year, which he has had since 2018 after replacing Usain Bolt as their brand ambassador.

Source. HUBLOT

Mbappe, along with Ronaldo, is a brand ambassador for Nike. When Ronaldo hangs up his boots, he is expected to take over as the brand’s main face.


Mbappe is one of the highest-paid footballers and plays for one of the richest clubs in the game. PSG pays him $28 million a season in salary and another $14 million in endorsements.

Mbappe has 49.9 million Instagram followers and certainly makes more money with each sponsored post.

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