Chelsea ready to hand a new contract to N'Golo Kante

Blues have no intention of selling the player this summer

Chelsea signed N’Golo Kante from Leicester City for a reported fee of £32 million, signing a 5 year contract in the summer of 2016. He won the Premier League with The Foxes in the 2015-2016 campaign and was very influential for them, before moving to Stamford Bridge.

The Frenchman settled very quickly for the Blues and established himself as an integral part of the team. He helped the team to win the Premier League and was named the PFA Player of the Year in his debut season.

Antonio Conte’s side have finished 5th in the League last term and will miss Champions League in the upcoming season season. Despite that the 27 year old has been one of the standout players and was played a key part in the FA Cup final win against Manchester United.

The France International managed to make 47 appearances for the club in all competitions and was also awarded the club’s Player of the Year prize for the 2017/18 campaign.

The midfielder has been pivotal for the France team in this year’s Word Cup and helped his team to reach the semi-finals where they will face Belgium on Tuesday.

He has forged a reputation as one of the best defensive midfielders in the world and has been heavily linked with a move to Paris-Saint Germain. Thomas Tuchel is a huge admirer of him wants to sign him as the the French giants have prioritized winning the Champions League in the upcoming season.

Chelsea are reportedly set to hand a new contract to N’Golo Kante, and will not sell the midfielder this summer (Paris United) as quoted by Simon Phillips.

The Blues have deemed their star player nontransferable and have decided they will reject any advances for the France international’s signature this summer.

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