N’Golo Kanté, a midfielder for Chelsea, is on the verge of signing a new contract and making a comeback to the team
Kante participated in the warm-up portion of Chelsea’s practise today, but he has not yet participated in full first team training.
The storied midfielder is almost ready to resume full training and is anticipated to return to action for Chelsea in March.
N’Golo’s new contract’s value isn’t yet known, but given that he hasn’t played in months, is 31 years old, and is reportedly making more than £290,000 a week, a pay cut may be in store.
Chelsea supporters will be hopeful that Kante’s hamstring surgery will help him become more fit and participate in more games. In addition, the team just hired a hamstring doctor, as Kante’s hamstrings have been the source of many of his problems in recent years. N’Golo is without a doubt the best midfielder in the world when he is at his peak.
Yet, despite the lack of additional information, it is stated that both parties are convinced “that an agreement is close.” The club is hoping the French international will return in early March despite the fact that he has not yet participated in full group training this week.