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For the past few weeks, the rag has clearly been burning between Kylian Mbappé and the FFF. In question, the question of the use of his image which seriously complicates relations between the two parties. While Mbappé’s lawyer did not honor an appointment with Noël Le Graët this week, following the offensive declarations of the president of the FFF to the team, the file has rebounded regularly since, with the revelation in particular by the Parisian of “prohibited” brands with which Kylian Mbappé would not like to collaborate.
Information denied by Foot Mercato this Saturday, which seems to relay the version of the Mbappé clan in this file. Whether it’s KFC, Coca Cola or online betting sites, the PSG player would not be in direct opposition to these brands but would rather “reflect on those that could more easily stick to the player’s identity and values” .
NFTs also in the debate?
While the Mbappé clan returns the desire to discuss with the FFF to discuss a new framework for the use of its image, this also concerns the arrival of NFTs which could give rise to new income. Moreover, the fact that Kylian Mbappé would like to receive money from the sale of jerseys flocked to his name does not correspond to reality, the player emphasizing above all to use his importance in these sales to influence negotiations on the whole of the use of his image. An image on which Mbappé does not receive any money directly, reversing any gain to associations. His only desire would therefore be “to establish a formal framework on the use of his image and on what the latter can generate”. Discussions that should last a while…
While the question of the use of his image in the France team puts Kylian Mbappé at the center of the news, new information has been revealed. According to Foot Mercato, Mbappé has no banned brands and his clan has other topics to discuss.