The younger brother of Kylian Mbappé, the outstanding player for Paris Saint-Germain, is Ethan Mbappé.
Ethan is a central midfielder for the Paris Saint-Germain youth team. He was born on December 29, 2006, to Fayza Lamari and Wilfried Mbappé. In 2017, he transferred from the local team, AS Bondy, to Paris Saint-Germain at the age of 11.
With his performances this season for the Under-19 team, the 15-year-old has generated a lot of conversation. He had already made an appearance for Paris Saint-Germain at age 15 in the UEFA Youth League, contributing to a few memorable moments as well.
In December 2021, he had also previously played for the French Under-16 national team.
Ethan is a huge Lionel Messi devotee, as evidenced by his skillful play and playmaking proclivities.
The adolescent had worked as a ballboy at Parc de Princes at one point.
Ethan's contract with Paris Saint-Germain was extended until 2024 in June 2021 as a result of his exceptional skills and attributes.
In a 2-1 friendly victory over Paris FC on December 16, 2022, Ethan made his senior squad debut for Paris Saint-Germain at the age of 15. He replaced Fabian Ruiz in the second half after coming off the bench.
Ethan was reportedly in a minor traffic collision in January 2022 when a drunk driver struck the 44 Range Rover vehicle he was riding in. He wasn't seriously hurt, either.
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