Most of us would be over the moon just to play one professional football match by the time we turn 22.
Well not only has Kingsley Coman become on the best young players on the planet in his short career, he is a serial winner.
Even Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be getting worried about his status as Europe’s most prolific title winner.
Coman started his career at PSG where titles are given out for fun, then moved to Juventus who have won six consecutive Scudettos and now plays for Bayern who haven’t been challenged for the Bundesliga for years.
But still, the amount of league winners’ medals Coman will have at home by the time he turns 22 is absolutely ridiculous.
The Frenchman will boast a record that reads seven league titles in three different countries before most people even know what they want to do in life.
Despite picking up an injury that could end his World Cup hopes, Bayern are nailed on to win the Bundesliga this season before his birthday in June.
At PSG Coman made one appearance in the 2012/13 season when he was just 16 years old before playing twice the next season to take two winners’ medals with him from France.
After the Parisians let him leave for Italy he played 14 times for Juventus in 2014-15 on the way to winning the Serie A.
Then he managed to play a part in two title winning sides in one season.
Coman played for Juventus once in August (they all count) before moving to Bayern on loan at the end of the transfer window.
Then added the sixth title of his career last season and with Bayern holding a 17-point lead over Schalke with eight games remaining he almost guaranteed another before June.
He must be getting bored of the open-top bus parades by now.
He’ll be closing in on Ryan Giggs and Ibrahimovic’s record of 13 career league titles in Europe’s top divisions.