Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin takes a group of children to the toy shop and buys ANYTHING they want, just a month after the generous fan favorite gifted his supporter a Rolex
- Allan Saint-Maximin generously took a group of children shopping at a toy store
- The Newcastle star has vowed to buy the kids whatever they want from the store
- Saint-Maximin met the group of children at an event organized by Helios Pantheon
- The Magpies striker has a history of generosity after gifting a fan a Rolex last month
Newcastle United striker Allan Saint-Maximin brought smiles to a group of children by taking them shopping at a toy store.
The Frenchman has become a cult figure on and off the pitch since joining from French club Nice in 2019.
Saint-Maximin started the season in blistering form, culminating with his superb last-minute equalizer for the Magpies against Wolves last month.
Saint-Maximin scored a superb last-minute volley for Newcastle to earn a Wolves point
The 25-year-old is currently on the sidelines with a hamstring injury but that hasn’t stopped him from attending an event organized by Helios Pantheon, an NFT collection.
At the event, Saint Maximin invited a group of children to a toy store, telling them he would buy them anything they wanted.
He wrote on Twitter: “It was my dream when I was a kid. To be able to buy all the toys I wanted in one store, unfortunately I didn’t have that chance, so I really wanted to give this opportunity to children who came to the Helios event.
The Newcastle star was seen signing autographs and posing for photos in a video posted by Helios.
The excited group of kids then made their dreams come true by picking out the toys they wanted at the Frenchman’s expense.
The Frenchman is used to showing his generous side after gifting a Rolex watch to a fan
Allan Saint-Maximin has become an important part of Eddie Howe’s team lately
The dazzling striker has a history of generosity. Last month he was filmed handing a Rolex watch to a Newcastle fan after the opening day win over Nottingham Forest.
Last December he presented a supporter with a £2,000 watch after Newcastle’s victory over Burnley.
Saint-Maximin has become an integral part of Eddie Howe’s squad since the former Bournemouth boss took charge of St. James’ Park last year.
He scored 13 times in 97 appearances for the Magpies.