KYLIAN MBAPPE will donate his entire earnings of £384,000 from playing in the World Cup to charity.
The wonderkid was pivotal as he helped France to glory against Croatia in the final – even scoring a goal in the 4-2 victory.
It has now been revealed that the 19-year-old will hand over money earned from featuring out in Russia to a sports charity that work with disabled and hospitalised children, Premiers de Cordee.
According to Sports Illustrated, the teen sensation was paid £17,000 per game, and pocketed £265,000 for being part of the team who won the tournament.
The news of his charitable donation has been reported by French national newspaper L’Equipe.
Mbappe, who joined PSG for a fee of around £166m from Monaco after a season-long loan, was one of the French success stories from this World Cup.
He ended up with four goals from the tournament, and was named as best young player.
Speaking to Le Parisien, Mbappe’s generosity came as no surprise to Premier de Cordee charity general manager Sebastian Ruffin.
He said: “Kylian, he’s a great person.
“When his schedule allows it, he intervenes for us with pleasure.
“He has a very good [relationship] with children, he always finds the right [words] to encourage them.
“I sometimes even feel that [he] takes more pleasure to play with the kids than the kids themselves.”
Mbappe became the first teenager to score in a World Cup final since Pele in 1958.
The French, 19, starlet continued his superb tournament in Russia as his side beat Croatia to lift football’s greatest trophy.
Mbappe is only the third teen to even play in the World Cup showpiece – after Pele and Italian legend Guiseppe Bergomi in 1982.
And his three goals on route to Moscow played a huge role in the French making the final.
Brazil icon Pele was just 17 when he scored twice in a 5-2 win over Sweden in 1958 – the start of an incredible international career.