PSG inisist in adding Kante

Paris Saint Germain is keen to add N’Golo Kante

French club Paris saint Germain is keen to add Chelsea and French midfielder N’golo Kante.

According to reports from Mirror, the French side has not lost any hope to add the World cup winner to their squad. Kante ws one of the prime player who helped the French side in claiming the World Cup tittle after a gap of 20 years.

Chelsea have recently offered the player a new contract which  would see him earn £290,000 a week, making him the best paid player on their squad. But the French side are willing to pay any demanded amount to sign the player.

There were also the linkups of the midfielder and Spanish side Barcelona.

N’Golo Kante was a part of the French side Caen in his initial days. He was the part of the club for 2 years before moving to Premier League side Leicester City. Kante represented Caen for 82 matches where he scored 6 goals.

Kante joined the Foxes on 3rd August on a 4-year contract and an undisclosed fees of €8 million (£5.6 million). He made his debut on 7th August against Sunderland as a substitute for Jamie Vardy in the final 8-minutes which resulted in a 4-2 win for the side. While he waited for 3 months to register his first Premier League goal against Watford which resulted in a 2-1 win over the Hornets. He was one of the key member which helped Leicester city win the Premier league that year.

Kante was signed for Chelsea over a reported fee of £32 million in July 2016. It was a 5-years deal with the Blues. The Midfie;der made his debut for the blues on 15th August while his first goal for the Blues came against the Red Devil. The match resulted in a 4-0 win over the Devils. Kante was already an important part of the Blues when they won the Premier League in 2016-17.

Kante became the first player since Eric Cantona to win back-to-back Premier League trophies with 2 different clubs.

Also read, N’Golo Kante to be offered new contract by Chelsea

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