Presnel Kimpembe Biography
Presnel Kimpembe was born on 13 August 1995, he is a French professional footballer who currently plays as a defender for Paris Saint-Germain and France national team.
Presnel Kimpembe Age: 13 August 1995 (age 22 as of 2018)
Place of birth: Beaumont-sur-Oise, France
Presnel Kimpembe Height: 1.89 m (6 ft 2 1⁄2 in)
Presnel Kimpembe Playing position: Centre back/Left-Back
Presnel Kimpembe Current Teams
- Paris Saint-Germain F.C.
#3 / Defender
- France national under-21 football team
- DR Congo national football team
- Paris Saint-Germain Academy
Presnel Kimpembe Haiti
Kimpembe was born in Beaumont-sur-Oise, France to a Congolese father and a Haitian mother.
Presnel Kimpembe Salary
The player reportedly earns £174,00-a-month and £40,000-a-week from his club Paris Saint-Germain.
Presnel Kimpembe Fifa 18
On May 17 2018, he was called up to the 23 man French squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 80 with a potential of 88. Kimpembe has got a 2-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his left foot. His workrates are Medium / Medium. Kimpembe’s height is 189 cm and his weight is estimated at 80 kg according to FIFA’s database. Currently, Presnel Kimpembe is playing with number 3. His best stats are: Strength: 85, Slide Tackle: 82, Stand Tackle: 82, Stamina: 80, Marking: 79.
Ball Control 76
Slide Tackle 82
Stand Tackle 82
Att. Position 34
Short Pass 79
Long Pass 75
Sprint Speed 75
Shot Power 55
Long Shots 33
FK Acc. 32
Presnel Kimpembe Fifa 17
His overall rating in FIFA 17 is 75 with a potential of 86. Kimpembe has got a 2-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his left foot. His workrates are Medium / Medium. Kimpembe’s height is 183 cm and his weight is estimated at 71 kg according to FIFA’s database. Currently, Presnel Kimpembe is playing with number 3. His best stats are: Slide Tackle: 79, Marking: 77, Stand Tackle: 77, Interceptions: 77, Jumping: 75.
Ball Control 62
Slide Tackle 79
Stand Tackle 77
Att. Position 34
Short Pass 65
Long Pass 46
Sprint Speed 72
Shot Power 47
Long Shots 27
FK Acc. 32
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Presnel Kimpembe PSG
Paris Saint-Germain boss Unai Emery has given Presnel Kimpembe a surprise start against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
In this crunch Champions League clash, Emery has benched Brazilian international Thiago Silva and instead gone with Kimpembe, a 22-year-old centre-back not known that widely outside his homeland.
It is a big gamble from the Spanish coach, who also picked Yuri over Layvin Kurzawa at left-back and gambled on Gio Lo Celso being robust enough to deal with Real Madrid’s midfield.
Who is Presnel Kimpembe?
Kimpembe, 22, made his debut for PSG nearly four years ago now but only became a regular in the matchday squad last season.
The France Under-21 international now has nearly 50 first-team appearances under his belt for the Parisians, though many as a substitute.
What do they say about him?
William Gallas, formerly of Arsenal, Chelsea and others, has said that Kimpembe is the future of the France national team and considers him a stellar talent.
“I know many of people, in his place, would have left PSG,” said Gallas.
“He stayed. And he has learned enormously alongside Marquinhos and Thiago Silva.
“Kimpembe is the future of Les Bleus. In two years I see him as an indisputable starter in the French team.”
Where do his international allegiances lie?
Kimpembe has been called up to the French senior squad but is yet to make an appearance.
He was given the first call-up as an injury replacement for Eliaquim Mangala.
How much would he cost?
It is hard to say but PSG seem keen to keep him.
Indeed, they gave him a monster pay rise in 2016 when he signed a new £45,000 per week contract at the Parc des Princes. Given his age and contract situation you’d expect him to cost upwards of £60m.
Presnel Kimpembe is the future star who won’t cost PSG a penny
In a club renowned for making big moves, an academy graduate is quietly developing into a formidable performer
When Nantes went to Paris Saint-Germain earlier in the season, head coach Claudio Ranieri threatened to “park two buses” at the Parc des Princes.
Beaten 4-1, the Italian took a different approach during Sunday’s meeting between the clubs, employing a high-pressing game designed to put their opponents on the back foot.
The experienced coach might have expected PSG’s young centre-back pairing of Marquinhos and Presnel Kimpembe to become flustered, but instead they stood out as their side’s best players on an evening when Neymar and Thiago Silva were notably absent.
Kimpembe, in particular, turned in a display that offered further evidence that the academy graduate will be a viable long-term option for PSG.
He showed all the attributes that have forced him into Unai Emery’s rotation behind the two Brazil centre-backs: composure, reading of the game and athleticism.
His rise owes a great deal to both patience and persistence. Unlike Adrien Rabiot, who is the other PSG academy graduate who has managed to force himself into regular action, he was not tipped for big things from a young age.
Rather, he was given his breakthrough by Laurent Blanc during the 2015-16 season when PSG had already amassed a massive lead over the pack – largely because Thiago Silva was injured and Marquinhos was being wrapped in cotton wool.
But, alongside David Luiz, it was Kimpembe rather than PSG’s most expensive defensive acquisition who caught the eye. Indeed, his performances were so strong that the Parisians, who kept four straight clean-sheets with him in defence, were happy to sell Luiz back to Chelsea and introduce the youngster as their third option.
What has been most remarkable about the 22-year-old’s rise has been his adaptability and maturity. He was initially a left-back who has been transformed into a central defender, while he has treated every challenge that has been thrown at him with the coolness of a seasoned professional.
Undoubtedly the highlight of his career to date came against Barcelona in the Champions League last-16 first leg last year. His role was to keep Lionel Messi quiet, a task he performed quite brilliantly as the Catalans misfired in Paris. Incredibly, it was Kimpembe’s Champions League debut.
“It’s the match where I’ve had the least pressure in my life,” he told L’Equipe .
“The day before, I read the reviews on social networks, in the newspapers: ‘Oh, he’s going to get killed.’ It’s something that makes me even stronger. I always want to prove to people that I am capable. Critics are the fuel I need.”
By the time Barca conducted La Remontada and won the second leg 6-1, Kimpembe was back on the bench.
“Things had started to change six months before that,” he said. “That game was more of a Eureka moment.
“Before that game, people would say: ‘He has to play well in the next game, then he has to play well in the next game’.
“Having played so well in that match, which was a benchmark, was a trigger that made people say: ‘OK, he’s capable’.”
Indeed, since that match on Valentine’s Day 2017, things have moved swiftly for the young player, who has seen his reputation grow steadily, though he still does not receive the recognition that he is perhaps worthy of.
“Maybe it’s because I’m not a big star who was bought for €50 million, I’ve always got something to prove,” he said. “For the young guys coming out of the academy, it’s always like that, but that’s not a bad thing.”
Remarkably, Kimpembe is yet to make his international debut, meaning he is, along with Yuri Berchiche, the only of Emery’s regular rotation not to hold senior honours.
That will surely come, though, and if he keeps improving at this rate, he may well find himself in Didier Deschamps’s squad for World Cup 2018 in Russia during the summer.
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Presnel Kimpembe lined up entry against Denmark? (RMC Sport)
CulturePSG – 24 June, 2018
PSG central defender Presnel Kimpembe could hold for the meeting of the Blues against Denmark according to RMC Sport.
France qualified for the round of 16 of the World Cup in Russia, the coach Dider Deschamps would be tempted to turn part of his team against Denmark. For the third meeting of the Blues in pool, France will face the Danes Tuesday for the first place in the group.
According to indiscretions obtained by RMC Sport, Didier Deschamps could rest some elements. Especially in defense, where the main beneficiary would be the central defender of the PSG Presnel Kimpembe, presumed to replace Samuel Umtiti. The defender of FC Barcelona, touched in the thigh and knee, should be preserved. RMC Sport also specifies that it could be a ” reward ” for the Paris Titi, the staff of the Blues ” appreciate his involvement and his state of mind on and off the field. ”
Still according to the same source, details about the possible tenure of Kimpembe will be made following a tactical implementation, which will take place tomorrow.
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