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Soccer Sensation Kylian Mbappe Sues Kebab Maker

Soccer Sensation Kylian Mbappe Sues Kebab Maker

Football sensation Kylian Mbappe is gearing up to pursue legal action against a kebab shop owner who incorporated his name into the title of a sandwich.

Mohamed Henni, a prominent social media figure residing in Marseille, established a kebab joint where one of the offerings, Klüb kebab, is described as being crafted with a “baker round bread, as round as Mbappe’s skull.”

Read more: Is Kylian Mbappe Finally Making A Move To Real Madrid?

Henni, boasting 1.8 million Instagram followers, received a formal notice from Mbappe’s attorney, Delphine Verheyden, demanding the removal of Mbappe’s name from the menu within eight days.

Failure to comply may result in legal proceedings against Henni for unauthorized commercial use of Mbappe’s name.

Expressing disbelief at Mbappe’s course of action, Henni took to Instagram to vent his frustration: “Are you not ashamed? You have nothing else to do? Suing me for something so futile? It is incredible. I can’t believe it!”

Reports suggest that Mbappe is poised to make a move to Spain next season, fulfilling his childhood aspiration of playing for Real Madrid.

The UEFA Champions League’s most decorated club has been vying to secure the services of the French prodigy since his days at AS Monaco in the 2017-18 season. However, Mbappe opted to join PSG in a €180 million deal.

While Mbappe’s contract with PSG extends until 2025, he reportedly desires to provide PSG with some form of leverage by linking up with Los Blancos a season earlier.