Kylian  knocks  Messi off Forbes’ soccer rich list

Kylian Mbappe has been hailed as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo's on-field replacement ever since 

he helped France win the 2018 World Cup.
According to Forbes, the highest-paid soccer player in the world is a 23-year-old.

The Paris Saint-Germain attacker will reportedly make an estimated $128 million for the 2022–23 season 

before agents' commissions, setting a record in Forbes' annual rankings.

Ronaldo, 37, of Manchester United, comes in third with $100 million, dropping Messi, 35,

to second place with $120 million. No Messi or Ronaldo tops the list for the first time in eight years.

PSG and Brazil’s Neymar ($87 million) is fourth, Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah ($53 million) fifth.