Ethan Mbappé in Lille, it’s official

Ethan Mbappé in Lille, it’s official
Ethan Mbappé in Lille, it’s official

LOSC announced on Thursday the expected arrival of young midfielder Ethan Mbappé. Kylian’s little brother, 17, has signed a three-year contract with the Lille club.

Ethan Mbappé is also leaving Paris. Like his big brother, Kylian, who left for Real Madrid, Ethan Mbappé left PSG to join Lille. Losc made the young midfielder’s arrival official on Thursday evening. A signing that has been expected for several weeks. The 17-year-old native of Montreuil signed a three-year contract with the Dogues, his first professional contract.

Mbappé: “Losc was the best project”

“I am looking forward to starting this adventure and meeting my new teammates, the staff, and the fans,” he told the club’s website. “For me, at my age, staying in France was the best option to progress. I think Losc was the best project. It’s a club that is one of the best in France. It’s a real source of pride to be able to play here.”

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Ethan Mbappé had “numerous proposals” according to Létang

Having arrived at PSG at the age of 10, Ethan Mbappé grew up there before making his debut with the professional team in December 2023 during a match against Metz. He has three appearances in Ligue 1 and two in the Coupe de France. He should have more playing time under his new coach Bruno Genesio: “The club’s strategy, and more than ever with the arrival of Bruno Genesio, is based in part and successfully on the development and integration of promising young talents,” says Olivier Létang. “Ethan perfectly embodies this profile and will find at LOSC everything that will allow him to continue his progression, his development and reach the highest level. I would also like to thank Ethan and his family for the trust they placed in us when they had many other requests.” Lille will start the Ligue 1 season on the pitch at Reims.

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