Champions League final: Kylian Mbappe's English shocks fans ahead of PSG vs Bayern Munich

  • Rob Swan

By the time you read this, Kylian Mbappe may have added yet another trophy to his remarkable collection in the form of the Champions League.

The French forward is still only 21 years old but boasts more winners’ medals than most footballers have secured over the course of their entire careers.

He’s won four Ligue 1 titles (three with Paris Saint-Germain and one with AS Monaco), two Coupe de France winners’ medals, two Coupe de la Ligue titles and the FIFA World Cup with France.

That’s just team honours. If you want to count individual awards, we’ll be here for a lot longer.

Among his many accolades include the Ligue 1 Player of the Year for 2018-19, the 2017 Golden Boy award, and the 2018 World Cup’s Best Young Player award.

According to, Mbappe is currently the most valuable player in world football, worth a staggering £162 million.

That’s a whopping £47 million more than his teammate Neymar and Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling are valued at.


But for PSG, Mbappe is worth his weight in gold. They have no desire whatsoever to part company with the world-class forward, regardless of the size of the offer on the table.

Every club on the planet, though, would obviously love to have the youngster in their ranks.

He’s been linked with a move to Liverpool in the past and it turns out that the language barrier issue wouldn’t be an issue for the Paris-born superstar if he was to move to England.

Mbappe has shocked football fans ahead of Sunday’s Champions League final with his impressive English-speaking skills.


Asked how PSG can win the final against arguably the best team in the world right now, Mbappe told BT Sport: “It’s a great team, great players, great manager. It’s a final and when you play a final, you play against the best team.

“If you want to be the best, you have to beat the best, so we are ready to fight and ready to win this Champions League.”

Watch the interview here…

Mbappe might be 21 but he clearly possesses a smart head on his young shoulders.

Football fans are surprised that he speaks such good English, despite spending his entire life in France…


Mbappe would have no problem conducting interviews on British TV if he joins a Premier League club one day.

He speaks better English than some English footballers!

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