Kylian Mbappe has again been spotted enjoying his holiday in the USA as he tried his hand at a game of Jenga.
The PSG and France forward is currently on a summer break after a gruelling but hugely successful season.
For his club side, Mbappe netted 41 goals in 43 games, while he also added 13 more goals for Les Bleus across the past 12 months which included winning the Golden Boot at the World Cup in Qatar.
However, there is currently uncertainty over his future with the Parisians after he confirmed a desire to leave the club upon the expiry of his contract in June 2024.
Meanwhile, chaos has engulfed PSG in recent days after boss Christophe Galtier who is widely expected to be replaced by Luis Enrique in the role was reportedly taken into police custody over allegations of racism while in charge of Nice.
However, Mbappe didn’t seem to be fazed and was spotted relaxing on the beach in Miami during a sweltering day in the US city.
The 24-year-old was pictured with a female companion as the pair played the British board game Jenga, while he was also seen chilling in the shade under a sun umbrella.
Mbappe was wearing red shorts, black sunglasses and a black cap as the pair seemed to be involved in an extremely competitive battle.
On Thursday, the Frenchman was also spotted on South Beach in Miami which came just days after his statement on the tragic French police shooting and subsequent riots in the suburbs of Paris near to where he grew up.
A 17-year-old delivery driver known as Nael M – was fatally shot by police during a routine traffic stop on Tuesday night.
This sparked angry scenes and violence among local residents who protested outside police headquarters, while cars were set on fire and riot police were attacked with fireworks, before they used tear gas in response to deal with the demonstrators.
The riots have subsequently gone on for five days since as trouble continues to reign in the French capital.
On Wednesday, Mbappe had tweeted: ‘I hurt for my France. An unacceptable situation. All my thoughts go out to Nael’s family and loves ones, this little angel who left far too soon.’