REVEALED : Mbappe is of Nigerian descent

Mbappe has Nigerian roots
– His middles name is Adesanmi, which is Yoruba
– His younger brother’s name is Adeyemi
– His father, Wilfried, was a Cameroonian Nigerian
refugee
The most sought after player of the current summer
transfer, Kylian Mbappe, has Nigerian blood flowing in his
veins, according to recent findings.
The 18-year-old Monaco forward burst into the limelight
last season, scoring 26 goals in all competitions as his
side won the Ligue 1 title and reached the semi-final of
the Champions League.
Kylian’s father, Wilfried Mbappe, is of Cameroonian and
Nigerian descent. He migrated to France as a refugee and
got married to Algerian French lady Fayza in a bid for a
permanent stay in the European country, according to
research by the Punch.


Kylian’s middles name Adesanmi, which is Yoruba, and
his younger brother’s name is Adeyemi Mbappe in
recognition of their Nigerian roots.
Wilfried works as a coach at AS Bondy and he started
training Kylian at the age of six. He also spends time
coaching Adeyemi, while he is currently his Kylian’s
agent.
Reports surfacing on Tuesday claim that Real Madrid
have agreed to sign the France international for £161m.

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