Date Of Birth: 28/01/1995
Place Of Birth: Les Abymes (Guadalupa)
2°Nd Nationality: Guadalupa
Best Foot: Right
1° Position: Playmaker/Half Winger
2° Postition: Offensive Playmaker
Club: OGC Nice
Born in Les Abymes, Guadeloupe on 28 January 1995, Cyprien moved to France at a young age.
Cyprien began his youth career at Paris FC, before moving to Lens in 2008. He is a graduate of the Lens youth academy and made his debut for the first team in 2012. He passed through the youth ranks in July 2012. He helped Lens win promotion to Ligue 1, following a second place finish during the 2013–14 Ligue 2 season. The following campaign, Cyprien scored two goals and set up a further two, as Lens finished last and went straight back down to the second division. He made over 100 appearances for Lens, before his transfer to Nice in 2016.
The transfer fee was a reported €5M. He made his debut for the club on the opening day of the Ligue 1 season, coming on as a second-half substitute for Vincent Marcel in a 1–0 victory over Rennes.
Cyprien's first goal for the club came in the Europa League on 29 September 2016, a consolation goal in his side's 2–5 defeat to Russian club Krasnodar in the group stage of the competition.
On 10 March 2017, Cyprien picked up an ACL injury in a Ligue 1 match against SM Caen, a game that finished 2–2, and he was ruled out a day later for the remainder of the season.
Cyprien spent much of the first-half of the 2017–18 campaign on the sidelines and he eventually appeared in just 946 minutes of Ligue 1 action. On 2 March 2018, Cyprien assisted Mario Balotelli's opening goal and scored the winning goal with a volley in Nice's Ligue 1 2–1 home win over Lille OSC.
2019–20 season - Cyprien made his season debut in the first round of Ligue 1 fixtures against Amiens on 10 August 2019, assisting Dante's winning goal in the fifth minute of second-half stoppage time. A week later, he scored his first goal of the season, converting from the penalty spot, before assisting Ignatius Ganago for the game winning goal over Nîmes.
On 18 October, Cyprien picked up two yellow cards and was sent off in a 1–4 home loss to reigning champions PSG. Two months later on 7 December, Cyprien scored two goals and earned man of the match honours as Nice defeated FC Metz in the 17th round of Ligue 1 fixtures by a score of 4–1.
International career Cyprien has been a France youth international, representing his country at U16, U18, U19, and U21 levels.
Wylan Cyprien is an half winger that has the quality to play as playmaker and as nr.10 as well. He has high level technical qualities: he has passing quality, long range and short, he has shooting and dribbling. He is a player able to move without the ball and go in to the box. Cyprien is a player that uses to score a lot of goals and serves a lot of assists.
-1.30 key pass per match (61% accurate)
-2.90 shoots per match
-0.58 cross per match (21% accurate)
-12 challenge- 2 aerial (55%) - 10 ground (51% wons)
-2 dribbling per match (67% success)
-2.8 tackle per match (49% success)
-70 passages per match (88% succes)
-0.32 goal per match
VS Veretout (Roma)
-0.7 key pass per match (77% accurate)
-0.7 shoots per match
-0.58 cross per match (24% accurate)
-9 duelli- 1 aerial (42%) - 8 terra (52% won)
-1 dribbling per match (70% success)
-2.9 tackle per match (50% success)
-51 passages per match (88% success)
-0.40 goal per match
VS Sensi (Inter)
-1.22 key pass per match (53% accurate)
-1.28 shoots per match
-0.56 cross per match (28% accurate)
-13 duelli- 1 aerial (43%) - 12 terra (51% won)
-2.4 dribbling per match (62% success)
-2.8 tackle per match (39% success)
-40 passages per match (85% success)
-0.19 goal per match