Kylian Mbappe, French international and Paris Saint Germain player, moved to the French capital after what was an amazing start to his football career at Monaco.
Though having gone to Real Madrid youth team for selection which didn’t come out successful, the young star rose to life after a stunning season for him and his Monaco teammates during the 2017 season.
They were able to reach the UEFA champions league semifinals after knocking Manchester City out of the quarterfinals. Mbappe was able to get the goals coming, but unfortunately what was an exciting campaign in the champions league came to an end after they were defeated by the Seria A champions, Juventus.
Kylian mbappe whose contract is coming to an end next year’s summer, has had different speculations concerning his future, though he had previously declared his desire to play for Spanish Giant Real Madrid since childhood.
Though many had predicted that he might possibly leave because of the arrival of Lionel Messi to the team, but things seem not to be going that way as he’s currently enjoying life in Paris.
The young french player celebrated his 23rd birthday in style on Monday evening, with his Paris Saint-Germain teammates accompanying him on an evening out, although they did troll him with a renewal shirt.
Among those at the party were all the Spanish members of the PSG squad, including Sergio Ramos, whilst there were also invitations for Achraf Hakimi, Rafinha Alcantara and Keylor Navas.
Interestingly, the most significant absences came from Mbappe’s fellow forwards, with Neymar and Lionel Messi not seen in the picture posted online by Juan Bernat.
There also wasn’t any sign of Angel Di Maria, Mauro Icardi or Leandro Paredes.
There were lots of birthday wishes from fellow football players and fans across the world, he received a lot of love and heartwarming messages and greetings.
Despite everything, Mbappe was wished by many fans a happy birthday, but the most important thing fans are anxious to know is all about his next destination or whether he’s still going to be in Paris.