Allan Saint-Maximin is quickly becoming everyone’s favourite baller.
The Frenchman recently went viral for gifting a fan a Rolex watch after Newcastle’s first home victory of the season – something he also did the season prior.
And it seems like the extravagant Tyneside star has been at it again, with recent footage that’s emerged showing him signing autographs in a toy store and buying kids gifts.
Saint-Maximin’s most recent act of generosity
Saint-Maximin was at an event organised by Helios Pantheon, a popular NFT collection.
When attending the event, he invited a large group of kids to a toy shop and promised to buy them whatever they desired.
It really is beautifully wholesome footage that paints Saint-Maximin – once again – in an incredibly positive light.
Sharing a video of the event to his Twitter, ASM wrote:
“This was my dream when I was a kid. To be able to buy all the toys I wanted in a store, unfortunately I didn’t have this chance, so I really wanted to give this opportunity to the kids that came at the Helios event.”
Check out the footage for yourself below.
WATCH: Saint-Maximin in action
This was my dream when I was a kid 💭To be able to buy all the toys I wanted in a store, unfortunately I didn’t have this chance, so I really wanted to give this opportunity to the kids that came at the Helios event 🤝🌞🤍
Check the full video 👉🏾 https://t.co/12X6WZWhaP pic.twitter.com/jc40M4zSsh— Allan Saint-Maximin (@asaintmaximin) September 11, 2022
You can also watch the full video on Helios Pantheon’s YouTube channel here:
A special gesture, from a very special player. You love to see it.
It seems like he goes about his life the same way he goes about his football – always with a smile.
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Fans have been chiming in with praise for the star on Twitter.
@SJK94_ wrote: “I actually don’t think there’s a nicer footballer than ASM, unbelievable.”
Meanwhile, @ShutupDobs said: “Happy Monday, let’s have some feel good AMAZINGNESS from ASM!”
Before @Randeepbaruah_ added: “I’ve seen players do some pretty amazing things, but this… wow. Respect.”
Respect, indeed. Let’s hope Saint-Maximin keeps up his good work both on and off the field of play throughout the remainder of the 2022/23 football season.