EPL: Kante opens up on rumoured Chelsea exit

EPL: Kante opens up on rumoured Chelsea exit
French midfielder, N'Golo Kante has stood up on gossipy tidbits about leaving Chelsea for Paris Saint Germain.

The midfielder has submitted his future to the club in the midst of enthusiasm from the Ligue 1 monsters.

The Frenchman joined Chelsea from Leicester in 2016 and won the PFA Player of the Year grant in his presentation season as Antonio Conte guided the Blues to the class title.

The French universal's second season at Stamford Bridge has not been as effective and Chelsea are at present attempting to complete in the best four with a specific end goal to pick up Champions League football.

PSG are accounted for to be occupied with Kante however the France worldwide says Stamford Bridge is his 'home'.

He told correspondents, "I am at home. It is my club, I am a Chelsea player. This is my second year at Chelsea. After what happened last season, it was a decent one for us since we got the chance to commend winning the title.

"In the second season, I must play in the Champions League and we are going again to complete in the main four."

Kante is declining to surrender and said the Blues could complete in the best four and win the FA Cup.

"We will battle until the conclusion to complete in the best four and to get in a Champions League position,' proceeded with Kante.

"We additionally have the FA Cup to play for – it is a decent rivalry. Last season we bombed in the last.
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"It is the main trophy we can win this season, so we need to offer everything to get to the last and win it," he said.


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