France ace forward Kylian Mbappe will be giving away his international match fees to a charity as he is not interested in being paid while on international duty, according to French daily L'Equipe as reported by The Sun.
Mbappe made history at the World Cup when he became France's youngest ever scorer at a major tournament. He became the most expensive teenager in football when he joined PSG from Monaco last summer.
But money is not everything to the £166million 19-year-old France sensation - underlined by his incredible act of World Cup kindness.
And according to L'Equipe, he will be donating all of his bonuses to the Premiers de Cordees association. That amounts to £17,000-per-game (plus bonuses on top) and according to French daily L'Equipe, Mbappe will be giving away the lot.
Mbappe is a patron of the Preiers de Cordees association, a charity which helps organise sports activities for children with disabilities. And he will be donating his participation wage to a different association after every match, as reported by L'Equipe.
Indeed a class-act by Mbappe at a very young age.